On the same day 10 July 1977, I had these three photographs taken of the rear of the school, from the service road behind the shops. They show much of the extensions made when the school was reconstructed in 1894. Also they emphasise the tiny, cramped area of the girls’ playground, between the two wings. Although empty for only a few weeks the premises had already been vandalised in the 1977 fashion. The large stone was still readable, recording the date of redecoration, 5 September 1894. Before long the school will be just a memory, as shops are to be built on this site. 119 years of history.

Image Reference: JG_13_113.tif
Date: 1977
Image Details: Original monochrome print
Size of Original: 152x155
Place: Hove
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