Two photographs taken within the burial ground, on 9 April 1972.
The reverse view, north to the houses in Haddington Street, and showing on the right George Street School and the backs of shop premises in George Street. In these photographs is the area referred to in the newspaper cutting.

Image Reference: JG_13_116.tif
Date: 1972
Image Details: Original monochrome print
Size of Original: 155x96
Place: Hove
Additional Information: A newspaper cutting of a notice from Hove Town Hall states: ‘I hereby give Notice that in accordance with the provisions of the Hove Corporation Act 1966 a part of the specified lands of the churchyard of the Church of St Andrew in the Borough of Hove, that is approximately 0.56 acre of land behind properties on the west side of George Street, has been conveyed to the Mayor Alderman and Burgesses of the Borough of Hove for Highway purposes. It is intended to construct a service road thereon, the work to begin not earlier than the 1st November 1973. The Corporation may put to such use as they think appropriate, or destroy, any memorial removed under section 11 of the Hove Corporation Act 1966 unless the memorial is claimed and removed within three months from the date of publication of this notice. It is also the duty of the Corporation to cause a record to be made of each memorial removed or otherwise disposed of by them and to deposit a copy of this record with the Registrar General. Any person having claim to a memorial should make application in writing to me before the 21October 1973. Dated this 20th day of July 1973. Signed John E. Stevens Town Clerk. Hove Town Hall’.

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