Vintage World Hard Copy Colour Magazines


Vintage world is a quarterly magazine that is available by subscription only. It is delivered through your letter box four times a year. The first issue was published in January 2019 as the Winter 2019 issue.















Vintage World covers a wide field of interest in all things vintage.

Fashion, music, vehicles, events, performers, WW2 stories, photographes and features from all the vintage eras.

Flashback over Years : Original photographs taken from 1900 – 1980.

The Madonna Car and many other vintage Rolls, Bentleys etc., owned by famous people : Pictured and featured with vintage performers and models.

Rare Rolls Sedancalette 20-25 : The stunning Kent based duet, the Dulcettes and our own Ellie the 2019 Miss Vintage World, dressed in classic 1920’s style to illustrate one of the finest condition pre 1930s Rolls Royce’ we have ever photographed.

Leading vintage singers, Victoria Bass and Holly Chambers of The Dulcettes are writing articles on vintage fashion and hair styles and have become part of the production team.

Features and pictures of vintage performers; 

Adam Hoffman, Scott Elvis, Viv the Spiv., Rosy Apples, Peggy Rose, The Jive Aces, The Girls from Oz, The John Miller Orchestra, Holly Foster, Luna Nightingale, Fiona Paige, The Alex Mendham Orchester, Kitten von Mew, Miss Maybee, Amy Baker, Cassidy Janson, Ian Clarkson; Alex Douglas; Peter Howell; Vince Hurley; John Fordham; Ken Smith; Victoria Bass; Miss Holiday Swing, Bamboozle, Twin Swing, Sweetheart Swing, Swingtime Sweethearts, plus many, many more.

Stirling’s First Race Car : The story of the life of the Cooper 500 racing car that Stirling Moss drove to win his first continental race. Also showing the car as it is

today and pictures of singers Miss Holiday Swing and Victoria Bass in the driving seat of the little racer that Stirling won the Formula 500cc Championship at Monte Carlo in 1950.

Battle of Britain

A Fight to the finish : A railway engine in a dual to the death with a German fighter-bomber and many more amazing stories and pictures to come out of two World Wars.

Burlesque : A brief history of Burlesque and pictures of English Burlesque acts including Kitten Von Mew, Missy Maybe and Rosie Apples.

The Bush Inn at the 1940s Village at the War & PeaceRevival: Including article and pictures. Pictures include John & Joy Park, Holly Foster and a 1938 Morris Ambulance. The Home Front : Including the Bush Inn at the November show at the Kent Life outdoor museum. Pictures include Joy Park and Miss Vintage World, the Headmaster, Land Army and Civil Defence members and re-enactors on the Parade Ground.

Vintage toy cars; including this Austin J40 Electric Child’s Car : Built by coal miners Demonstrated by Ellie

Amazing People at the War & Peace Revival; including WarHero Jeff Haward and details of his fascinating book.

Re-enactor groups: including Beachhead Commandos Robert Blackadder; Andy Meredith; Jack Ruffhead; Alex Ruffhead; Pete Fletcher; Alan Reynolds and John Ruffhead and many more groups.

© World Copyright 2019 Cinque Ports Magazines Rye Ltd., Guinea Hall
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The Dulcette Story

The Dulcettes

By Jim Hollands

With our whole world gripped in a stranglehold by an invisible enemy,
many lives have been turned upside down. We are now either among the
bravest of the brave in the front line with the NHS or, volunteers
on the ground supporting NHS staff or with the majority, locked-in
at home helping the doctors and nurses by slowing the spread of the
disease that is taking more lives every day. Continue reading The Dulcette Story

Jive Aces Day

At War at Peace Revival

Friday 28 July 2017 is Jive Aces Day at War & Peace. The world famous Jive Aces will be featured at 1 pm in the entertainments marquee at will lead a host of vintage acts in the non-stop variety show in the evening.

Tickets for the evening show were selling out fast by Thursday evening – Contact the show office ASAP if you are planning on going.

Jive Aces and Amy Baxter at last year’s show

Rye’s Own Newsfeed Friday 28 July 2017


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Anita Harris in March Rye’s Own

Carry on Crew at Camber in the 1960’s

Anita Harris, the popular songstress who is still performing at theatres and on television up to the present time, was at Camber Sands in 1967 with the ‘Carry On Crew’ filming “Follow that Camel” Continue reading Anita Harris in March Rye’s Own

Last Day of 2016 War & Peace Revival Today (Saturday)

A few Pictures from Yesterday’s Entertainment

“Rye’s Own” Bulletin Saturday 23 July 2016

Dancing at the Tower

Great Dance Evening Out

It could have been the Tower Ballroom at Blackpool but no – it was the function room at the Tower Theatre Shorncliff that echoed to the dance music of the Thirties, Forties and Fifties on Sunday 15 July 2012

Swing is the Thing
Swing is the Thing

This evening was the start of something new and going by the numbers attending and the quality of the evenings entertainment, it heralds the start of something big. Continue reading Dancing at the Tower

Who Remembers Dancing At The Tower?


It could have been the Tower Ballroom at Blackpool but no – it was the function room at the Tower Theatre Shorncliff that echoed to the dance music of the Thirties, Forties and Fifties on Sunday 15 July 2012 . Continue reading Who Remembers Dancing At The Tower?

Local ‘Russian Rock’ Festival Not Yet Validated

Be cautious about buying tickets for advertised event near Brighton

Sussex Police Message

08 February 2016


Sussex Police are asking residents to be cautious over ticket sales site for a festival near Brighton.

The police and Brighton and Hove City Council have become aware of a website that is promoting an event called ‘The Eastwood Festival’. This is advertised as a Russian rock, two day event located in the Ovingdean area. Continue reading Local ‘Russian Rock’ Festival Not Yet Validated

Splitz Dance Academy’s Annual Show


Amazing Evening of Dance & Fun

An amazing evening was had by all at the Splitz Dance Academy’s Annual Show and Presentation Evening on Saturday 28 November at The Milligan Theatre. The academy’s students performed to an audience of over three hundred showcasing their talents in ballet, modern, tap and musical theatre. From the two year old’s who melted everybody’s hearts in their lion king costumes, the musical theatre group who impressed with their singing and the dance groups who showed true professionalism, all shone like stars to the delight of all, especially the principal of the school Stacey Caister who could not of been happier with the students and all Continue reading Splitz Dance Academy’s Annual Show