The Slaugham Archives

1948

Gymnastic display by Handcross Youth Club The Handcross Youth Club gave a gymnastic display on the croquet lawn behind the Red Lion and here t...
Handcross Youth Club membership card The youth club was run under the auspices of the Handcross Sports and Social Club and the membership...
Nursing Association gathering at Handcross Further to picture #1530, here is a slightly more modern picture, and of better quality. Sister Els...
Children's Christmas party in Parish Hall The Handcross Social Club gave their third Christmas party in 1948 for the benefit of the children o...
1st Slaugham Scouts win the Hardy Cup Pictured are the six triumphant members of 1st Slaugham Scout Patrol which won the Hardy Cup at thei...
Handcross cricket team 1948 Various old photographs have been passed down to me and this one of Handcross cricket team includes ...
Staplefield cricketers at the Jolly Tanners Following a cricket game on the Staplefield Common it was traditional for both teams to retire to a ...
Graftons, Warninglid On 16th November 1948 the auction sale of “Graftons” in Warninglid took place in Haywards Heath ...
Birthday party at "Southdown", Handcross There are no details with this photograph but I can recognise the wall as that of “Southdown” in...
Handcross Motor Sports Club (1 of 2) The Handcross Motor Sports Club successfully held many off-road events for cars and motorbikes in th...
Handcross Motor Sports Club (2 of 2) Further to picture #2028, here is another copy of The Smudge, the official magazine of the Handcross...
Fete at Lydhurst in Warninglid A fete in the gardens of Lydhurst in Warninglid attracted a very large crowd. The aim was to raise...

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