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Canadian Presentation
Canadian Presentation (Part 1)
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This then and now image shows Canadian soldiers during a medal presentation in Warrior Square, St Leonards.
Rush for Potatoes
A Rush for Potatoes
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Whilst the availability of food during WW1 was never as high as during peacetime, the ramping up of German submarine activity in 1917 started to make a real impact...
Trinity Street
A Rest on Trinity Street
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A number of men in khaki taking a rest in a quiet corner of Holy Trinity church, Trinity Street, Hastings.
View from the West Hill
The View from the West Hill
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The West Hill in Hastings is an open space that separates the Old Town with the town centre. As well as the castle and smugglers caves, the hill was once the site of a windmill and used for farming.
Bottle Alley
Bottle Alley
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Bottle Alley is the 480 meter long lower deck of Hastings Promenade that runs between the Pier and Warrior Square. It was built in the 1930's by Sidney Little the 'Concrete King' of the South Coast.
Cliff End
Cliff End
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Cliff End at Fairlight marks the point where Pett Level starts. On the beach, below the cliffs, you can see millions of years of geological and natural history all within the same area.
Small Creatures
Small Creatures
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Alexander Park is a great place to take a walk and one of the highlights of living in Hastings. I visit the park many times in a year, and enjoy the changing colours across the seasons.
Between Rain Showers
Between Rain Showers
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Quite often I'm in the wrong place at the wrong time when it comes to rain. On this day however I was lucky enough to have picked the part of Bexhill beach that lay between rain showers.

Canadian Presentation (Part 1)

December 2, 2016

This then and now image shows Canadian soldiers during a medal presentation in Warrior Square, St Leonards.

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A Rush for Potatoes

November 25, 2016

Whilst the availability of food during WW1 was never as high as during peacetime, the ramping up of German submarine activity in 1917 started to make a real impact…

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A Rest on Trinity Street

November 18, 2016

A number of men in khaki taking a rest in a quiet corner of Holy Trinity church, Trinity Street, Hastings.

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The View from the West Hill

October 7, 2016

The West Hill in Hastings is an open space that separates the Old Town with the town centre. As well as the castle and smugglers caves, the hill was once the site of a windmill and used for farming.

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Bottle Alley

October 1, 2016

Bottle Alley is the 480 meter long lower deck of Hastings Promenade that runs between the Pier and Warrior Square. It was built in the 1930’s by Sidney Little the ‘Concrete King’ of the South Coast.

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Cliff End

September 24, 2016

Cliff End at Fairlight marks the point where Pett Level starts. On the beach, below the cliffs, you can see millions of years of geological and natural history all within the same area.

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Small Creatures

September 17, 2016

Alexander Park is a great place to take a walk and one of the highlights of living in Hastings. I visit the park many times in a year, and enjoy the changing colours across the seasons.

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Between Rain Showers

August 18, 2016

Quite often I’m in the wrong place at the wrong time when it comes to rain. On this day however I was lucky enough to have picked the part of Bexhill beach that lay between rain showers.

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St John’s Hospital

July 29, 2016

A then and now image showing the men and staff outside of the Hospital of St John in Holmesdale Gardens, St Leonards.

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Canadian Duty Garrison

July 8, 2016

This then and now image shows the Canadian Duty Garrison at Carlisle Parade, Hastings, under the command of Majors McLeod and Lyndon. These days the building is home to Astral Lodge.

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