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Photos of Hastingleigh in the 20th century
[all photos here are copyright of hastingleigh.com unless otherwise stated]


Post card from circa 1918- South View house to the left, The village pond
in better days. [
printed here with kind permission of M.Topping & D.Andrews]


Witch's Pond aka the Duck Pond, and South View House - circa1900


[printed by kind permission D.Andrews]


Tappenden Stores [printed here with permission K&P Young]


Village day out in a Charabanc -circa 1920's  


Peggy Kerr & Emily Hayward 1920's

[printed here with permission of R. Young]


A Donkey load of Mischief - at the Village Fair circa 1950's

[printed here with permission R.Young]




Evington Place - building was pulled down in 1938, the cellars were left, and utilised as bunkers in WW2.



View down The Street -circa 1950s


Evington Place - main entrance -circa 1930s


rear view of Evington Place - circa 1930s


Tea a Evington Park after a Sunday Cricket match - circa early 20th century


Above view of Evington Park from Elmsted / Below same view from an earlier postcard - predating the telephone exchange building.


Village Pond -circa 1920s (the WW1 war memorial is shown)


Evington Lees



The Bowl Inn circa circa 1901-1909 (William Cobb - landlord)
[photo copyright S. Kerr and family]


Mrs Alice Kerr (nee Carey) and one of her daughters outside the Bowl Inn -circa 1912
[photo copyright S. Kerr and family]


1950s Hastingleigh Summer Fayre parade, outside the Bowl Inn