When St Marys Roman Catholic Church was built here in 1912 a large tract of adjoining land was left undeveloped. It might have been intended for some other church buildings, but whatever the reason was the area was merely used for allotment gardens for nearly 60 years. It was certainly over-ripe for development when it came to the market in 1969. Looking across the allotments to the rear of houses up to Surrenden Road, showing the side of No.25. All photographs of this and the previous page were taken on 7 September 1969.

Image Reference: JG_20_190.tif
Date: 1969
Image Details: Original monochrome image
Size of Original: 153x111
Place: Brighton
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