EPW043890 ENGLAND (1934). Benfield Valley Golf Course, Portslade Village and environs, Portslade-by-Sea, from the south, 1934

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Title [EPW043890] Benfield Valley Golf Course, Portslade Village and environs, Portslade-by-Sea, from the south, 1934
Reference EPW043890
Date March-1934
Link
Place name PORTSLADE-BY-SEA
Parish
District
Country ENGLAND
Easting / Northing 526270, 105704
Longitude / Latitude -0.20656624726139, 50.836513264991
National Grid Reference TQ263057

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micky
Monday 13th of January 2020 05:02:45 PM
cricket pitch .after ww2 prefabs then 1960s old barn way houses.

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Monday 13th of January 2020 04:59:39 PM
fishersgate station

micky
Monday 13th of January 2020 04:52:29 PM
manor hall road

micky
Monday 13th of January 2020 04:48:26 PM

Renia
Wednesday 23rd of November 2016 03:12:48 PM
Site of a Roman villa which had eleven ovens.

Renia
Wednesday 23rd of November 2016 02:56:29 PM
Perchinghill Barn

Renia
Wednesday 23rd of November 2016 02:55:27 PM
The lost medieval village of Perching.

Renia
Wednesday 23rd of November 2016 02:54:54 PM
Known in the 1840s as Burgh Hill.

Renia
Wednesday 23rd of November 2016 02:53:49 PM
Portslade Paddocks, Mile Oak Road, Portslade. The eastern boundary was a row of pines, a few of which survive until this day. Those pines nearer Chalky Road have now gone.

Renia
Wednesday 23rd of November 2016 02:53:05 PM
Site of Mile Oak Medical Centre, Chalky Road, Mile Oak, Portslade

Renia
Wednesday 23rd of November 2016 02:45:34 PM
North House Farm, Portslade

Renia
Wednesday 23rd of November 2016 02:42:08 PM
Stonery Gardens, Portslade

Renia
Wednesday 23rd of November 2016 02:39:32 PM
Hangleton Bush Cottage, Portslade. Demolished. The site is now a small children's play park between Bush Farm Drive and Warrior Close.

Renia
Wednesday 23rd of November 2016 02:36:30 PM
Foredown Tower, Portslade. The water-tower of the isolation hospital called Hangleton Hospital, also shown, but now demolished. The tower survives as an Edwardian landmark in the area and it houses a camera obscura.

Renia
Wednesday 23rd of November 2016 02:34:15 PM
An old chalk-pit at the bottom of Benfield Way, hence the roads were built around it.

Renia
Wednesday 23rd of November 2016 02:32:06 PM
The site of the house and buildings of Aldrington Farm, Hove.

Renia
Wednesday 23rd of November 2016 02:30:20 PM
The site of the Aldrington Estate office next to Iver Lodge, Portland Road, now part of the car park of Portslade Station. The Aldrington estate had fallen into the hands of the Duke of Portland in the late 19th century, during a period of property speculation when plots of land were being sold to developers. It was still there in 1912, but was gone the next year.

Renia
Wednesday 23rd of November 2016 02:29:03 PM
Greens sponge mixture factory, Portland Road, Aldrington, Hove, on land which was once part of Aldrington Farm. Horace J Green, a grocer from Brighton, developed sponge cake mixtures which he sold in his own shop from 1907. His mixtures were so successful, he had opened this factory by 1913, which was still operating into the 1980s.

Renia
Wednesday 23rd of November 2016 01:37:07 PM
CVA machine tool factory on land once part of Aldrington Farm. It was to be opened as a temporary building in 1917 but plans were changed so it could operate as a munitions factory in 1918. It began making machine tools in the 1920s and the site was extended in 1926. In 1934 it split with CAV of Acton and changed its company name to CVA Jigs Moulds & Tools Ltd. By the late 1950s, it had multiple sites in the Brighton area, including new sites in Hollingbury. In 1966, the company was bought by Kearney & Trecker, and in 1973, the Portland Road site, and others, closed and moved to Hollingbury.

Renia
Wednesday 23rd of November 2016 01:35:42 PM
New Barn Farm, Portslade

Renia
Wednesday 23rd of November 2016 12:49:53 PM
The ancient drovers' road, now called Foredown Road and an extension of the nort-south Foredown Road which meets it.

Renia
Wednesday 23rd of November 2016 12:45:16 PM
Site of Portslade windmill and also the approximate area where a Roman tesselated pavement (floor) and other Roman artefacts were found.

Renia
Wednesday 23rd of November 2016 12:42:27 PM
St Nicolas Church, Portslade, with the remains of one of the few Norman manor houses in the country just to the north. Demolished in 1809 by John Borrer, lord of the manor, when a new manor house was built just to the east, using demolition rubble from the ancient manor house to build a folly in the garden. The 'new' manor house became a nunnery but is now Emmaus, a charity dedicated to helping the homeless, which operates a second-hand superstore on the site.

Renia
Wednesday 23rd of November 2016 12:41:27 PM
Site of the Grenadier pub (built 1938) at the junction of the ancient roads which became Hangleton Road, West Way, Applesham Avenue and Nevill Avenue.

Renia
Wednesday 23rd of November 2016 12:40:46 PM
Easthill House, Portslade. Built in 1848 by Edward Blaker on the site of a much older house, probably Churchfield House, where Edward Blaker lived previously. Easthill Park is open to the public, with a children's play area, football field, cafe converted from the old toilets and Portslade War Memorial within the grounds.

Renia
Wednesday 23rd of November 2016 12:40:01 PM
The old chalk-pit at the junction of Hangleton Road with the Old Shoreham Road, Aldrington, Hove. Marked on Yeakell and Gardner's map of 1783, it was still evident in the 1960s, when it belonged to the water board. Now Aldrington Place care home and sheltered housing.

Renia
Wednesday 23rd of November 2016 12:35:46 PM
St Helen's Church, Hangleton, the oldest building within the City of Brighton and Hove.

Renia
Wednesday 23rd of November 2016 10:49:24 AM
Site of the medieval village of Hangleton. Now built over, save for the garden of the Downsman pub, now closed.

Renia
Wednesday 23rd of November 2016 10:48:33 AM
Anglo-Saxon boundary hedge between Portslade and Hangleton. Still survives today.

Renia
Wednesday 23rd of November 2016 10:42:32 AM
Hangleton Manor. Still survives as a popular pub and restaurant but most of the associated buildings have gone.

Renia
Wednesday 23rd of November 2016 10:40:44 AM
Benfield Manor, Hangleton. Only the barn survives as the clubhouse of Benfield Golf Course. The course was opened in 1912 as West Hove Golf Course, but the southern section was removed to make way for Hove Park Lower School, Sainsbury's supermarket and Greenleas Park. The northern section remained as Benfield golf course while West Hove Golf Course moved further up The Downs.

Renia
Wednesday 23rd of November 2016 10:39:43 AM
Vallendean Cottages, Portslade, built in the 1820s, with Hangleton Lane alongside.

Renia
Wednesday 23rd of November 2016 10:35:09 AM
Atlingworth Barn, Portslade, the last remnant of Atlingworth Manor. Demolished in the 1960s.

Renia
Wednesday 23rd of November 2016 10:32:04 AM
New England Farm, Portslade. Demolished to make way for the Shoreham-Brighton by-pass.

Renia
Wednesday 23rd of November 2016 10:28:47 AM
Mile Oak Farm, Portslade

Renia
Wednesday 23rd of November 2016 10:26:50 AM
The old forge, Portslade. The building still exists as a private residence.

Renia
Wednesday 23rd of November 2016 10:25:15 AM
fishersgate rec

micky
Friday 27th of November 2015 10:00:17 AM
fishersgate rec

micky
Friday 27th of November 2015 09:59:16 AM
Portslade Railway Station

greenchief
Tuesday 2nd of September 2014 10:46:53 AM
Dyke Railway crossing Hangleton Road

micky
Sunday 3rd of November 2013 11:51:41 AM