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Montpelier Crescent to Montpelier Villas
Montpelier Crescent to Montpelier Villas
Development and ownership
Wartime Memories
Wartime Memories
Rules for Fire Watchers WWII
Preston Circus
Preston Circus
Retrospective imagining
St Nicolas Portslade
St Nicolas Portslade
A Cartload of Villains - Another cast member.
West Hove (Portland Road) School
West Hove (Portland Road) School
Football team 1952/53
The Chain Pier
The Chain Pier
Celebration of Peace in Brighton June 1856
Preston Park
Preston Park
Information re Mystery Photograph
Coldean Primary School
Coldean Primary School
Imogen - School Play 1955/6?
St Nicolas Portslade
St Nicolas Portslade
School Play July 1950
Local history resources
Local history resources
Victorian Chroniclers of Brighton
Christmas
Christmas
St Nicolas Portslade Nativity Play December 1949
Do you remember the café?
Do you remember the café?
Kays Café 21 Bond Street
Christmas
Christmas
The Christmas Coach to Brighton, 1770
Christmas
Christmas
Seasons Greetings to you all
The Anthaeum
The Anthaeum
Part I - grand designs gone awry
Hollingbury Industrial Estate
Hollingbury Industrial Estate
The Demolition of Leytool January 1985
Balfour Primary School
Balfour Primary School
Miss Marshall's class
City Insights
City Insights
BHT launches Christmas Appeal for First Base Day Centre
WW II
WW II
The Bombing of St Anne's and All Saints, Buckingham Place
Local folk
Local folk
Brighton footballers
City Insights
City Insights
Off the Fence new homeless project
Hollingbury Industrial Estate
Hollingbury Industrial Estate
A Walk Back in Time c1985
Caught on Camera
Caught on Camera
The Mystery Knight
Local folk
Local folk
Raft Race in Rag Week
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Preston Circus
Preston Circus
Retrospective imagining
Oops ... Terry, I think you might be right....
By Sam Flowers
On 16/01/2018
Bardsley's fish and chip shop
Bardsley's fish and chip shop
Unpretentious and always friendly
Does any one remember Chris's Fish and Chip shop in Edward Street on the...
By Ken Ross
On 16/01/2018
Bardsley's fish and chip shop
Bardsley's fish and chip shop
Unpretentious and always friendly
Just up the road and on the opposite side of New England Rd was Rolf's fish...
By Geoffrey Mead
On 16/01/2018
Albion Street
Albion Street
Residents of the mid-1800s
Joanne, Denton Island is rather out of our usual remit but if you use the...
By Geoffrey Mead
On 16/01/2018
Whitehawk football
Whitehawk football
8th Coy Boys' Brigade, Brighton
I know it is some years since it has been added, but can anyone provide a...
By Stuart Chatfield
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Carden School
Carden School
Photographs from the 1960s
Funny you should mention javelin, Barry. Both Mick and iIwere javelin throwers...
By John Legg
On 16/01/2018
Carden School
Carden School
Photographs from the 1960s
Mick Ross and myself made a banger gun out of a piece of tubing, one end bent...
By John Legg
On 16/01/2018
Lourdes Convent
Lourdes Convent
School memories of the late 1960s
Last night I was watching a programme on Sky Arts about the painter Charlotte...
By Geraldine Higson nee Duffy
On 16/01/2018
Moulsecoomb
Moulsecoomb
It's not all bad
Anyone remember my Dad and his siblings?  They lived in Newick Road in the...
By Michelle Felsing
On 16/01/2018
Hollingbury industrial estate
Hollingbury industrial estate
Photographed, c1960
I worked at Gross Grangemouth as a rep. I remember these guys well  - Jim...
By Russell Iverson
On 16/01/2018
Goldstone Junior School, Ellen Street, Hove
Goldstone Junior School, Ellen Street, Hove
Form 1A from December 1957
Hi Nick,  I went to school with your sister Janet.  I remember the...
By Lindsay Martin
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Davigdor Secondary School for Girls
Davigdor Secondary School for Girls
School group photographed c1968
Hi, I went to Davigdor and remember nearly all of the faces above. I left in...
By Lindsay Martin
On 16/01/2018
Preston Circus
Preston Circus
Retrospective imagining
Yes, I'm sure you're right there, Alan. Rather than from a very...
By Sam Flowers
On 16/01/2018
Bardsley's fish and chip shop
Bardsley's fish and chip shop
Unpretentious and always friendly
The chippie at the bottom of new England Road was Bostocks - they were serving...
By Terry Hyde
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Thomas Richard John Hillman
Thomas Richard John Hillman
1st/7th Queens Royal Regiment 131 Battallion
Hi Martin, Patrick Toolan MM is my grandad's brother which would make you...
By Danny Toolan
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Local Folk
Local Folk
Hangleton FC 1963
It's great to see Hangleton football club being remembered. Some of us meet...
By Victor Hoare
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Trafalgar Road, Portslade
Trafalgar Road, Portslade
Tragedy on the railway line
Hi Brian, I remember both you and your family very well. We lived at 62. I met...
By John Simpson
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Sherry's Dance Hall
Sherry's Dance Hall
Boogying in the 1970s
In the 1970s, the days when the pubs used to shut at 11:00 o'clock, it was...
By Alan Phillips
On 16/01/2018
Horsdean Park Recreation Ground, Patcham
Horsdean Park Recreation Ground, Patcham
Revisiting my memories
Yes Christine Martin, I too remember Horsdean as a regular courting spot in the...
By Neville Bolding
On 15/01/2018
The Cottage
The Cottage
Remembering my days as a 'Mod'
I used to go to The Cottage in the early 60's on my Lambretta with my...
By Neville Bolding
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Bardsley's fish and chip shop
Bardsley's fish and chip shop
Unpretentious and always friendly
Wasn't there a Bardsleys chippy at the bottom of New England Hill...
By Neville Bolding
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Albion Street
Albion Street
Residents of the mid-1800s
my grandfather has recently died and I’m interested in finding out about...
By Joanne Briggs
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Ladies Mile Road
Ladies Mile Road
Remembering broken biscuits and cheese triangles
Hi Michael. It's taken me 3 years to find your message (shame there isn'...
By Neville Bolding
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Local Folk
Local Folk
St Anne's Children's Home
My name is Larry Hunter. I was in St Anns Convent early 60s till late 60s. ...
By Larry William Hunter
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