Photographs of West Sussex
Location: Town:  East Grinstead
Comment: Looking from Ship Street into the High Street of East Grinstead, past Zara Flora and its Vintage Delivery Van
Submitted By: Zara Flora Service Limited
Website: http://www.zaraflora.com
Date Submitted: 21-09-2007
 
Location: Village:  Selsey
Comment: Janet Pledger - The Selsey Florist - and family on opening day - 10th November 2007
Submitted By: Janet Pledger
Website: http://www.theselseyflorist.co.uk
Date Submitted: 27-02-2008
 
Location: Village:  Selsey
Comment: Janet Pledger - The Selsey Florist
Submitted By: Janet Pledger
Website: http://www.theselseyflorist.co.uk
Date Submitted: 27-02-2008
 
Location: Village:  Selsey
Comment: The Selsey Florist
Submitted By: Janet Pledger
Website: http://www.theselseyflorist.co.uk
Date Submitted: 27-02-2008
 
 
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Comment On East Grinstead
Submitted by Zara Flora Service Limited
On 2007-09-21
East Grinstead is an ancient market town, surrounded by some of the finest countryside in the South East of England. East Grinstead is the gateway to the Ashdown Forest, Winnie the Pooh country, the Bluebell Railway, Standen and Sackville College (where the Christmas Carol, Good King Wenceslas, was written).
Comment On Sompting
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On 2006-07-11
Christmas at Sompting school was one of the best times of my childhood memories.We all took some biscuits or cake and sandwiches, jelly and orange juice were provided by Mrs Holegate. We then went over to the reading room to mime to records or dance. Mr Fleming was our headmaster and made it all very exciting.We decorated our class rooms with the foil left after milk botttle tops had been punched out of it, better than any you can buy today. I read on the planning propasals that they want to extend the school and i am sad that things have to change, I have very very fond memories of the school.
Comment On Sompting
Submitted by Anon
On 2006-02-26
sompting is the place i was born and i was actually born in number 11 orchard cottages west street. the cottages are no longer there but i can remember sleeping in the attic of number 9. my nan and grandad chatfield were the last to move from orchard cottages before they were demolished. mr fleming the then headmaster of sompting school allowed us to watch from the rec as demolition took place.
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