Month: June 2017

The Whistler – June 2017

  Blooming The  WHCA AGM in April adopted  reports and accounts from the Trustees. The Hall is well used and maintained; twice-yearly talks on local history and environs have attracted much interest; the Craft Fair and Jumble Bells sale last autumn were both great successes; the nineteenth annual […]

WHCA Local History Talks

A BIG thank you to everyone who came to our recent talk ‘Herstories: Women, Popular Culture and History’ given by Dr Louise Fitzgerald from Brighton University. We hope that you found the talk interesting; indeed, unbelievable in parts, as to how the contribution of women filmmakers, particularly in […]

Sally May

Sally May, 25 March 1950 – 5 February 2017 A quarter of a century ago, in a Brighton that now seems gone from us forever, an intrepid soul, Sally May (pictured) opened a second hand bookshop at Seven Dials, not a particularly fashionable area of town in those […]

What do you think?

I can’t remember how I came to meet Professor Lionel Hayward. It was probably in 1970 when I was living in Chichester. At that time he was working at the University of Surrey, while maintaining a private Clinic at his house in Chichester. He had come to the […]