At this period Hangleton Road was a narrow, winding, open lane flanked by farmland. Its only purpose was to link West Blatchington with Hangleton and Portslade. The present wide arterial road was constructed in 1936 and the first houses, now 297/311, built in 1937. In this photograph can be seen the four New Cottages, Hillside Cottages, West Blatchington Farm and Mill.

Image Reference: JG_37_033.tif
Date: c.1920
Image Details: Copy
Size of Original: 130x78
Place: Hove
Additional Information: Hounds being exercised.

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