The procession turning from Conway Street into Conway Place. These parades were held annually, usually on a Sunday and were organised by Trade Unions and Local Workingmen’s Associations by a band, the procession toured the main streets of Hove collecting funds for the benefit of Hove General Hospital.
The custom died out with the 1914-1918 War.

Image Reference: JG_14_069.tif
Date: 1910
Image Details: Post card
Size of Original: 140x90
Place: Hove
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