Vintage World

Vintage World Spring 2019

The SPRING issue of our new magazine VINTAGE WORLD Will be available soon.  It is a SUBSCRIPTION ONLY HARD COPY PUBLICATION delivered to your door anywhere in the United Kingdom for £20 per year (four seasonal issues).

Order your magazines by PayPal button below, or by cheque for £20, made out to Cinque Ports Magazines Rye Limited. Send to Guinea Hall Lodge, Sellindge, Kent TN25 6EG.  Alternatively send name and address and pay £20 direct into our bank  20-02-62 Acc. No. 83865096.  The SPRING issue will be with you at the end of March.

The Spring issue contains articles, features or pictures pertaining to the following.

Jive Aces : Featuring  The Big Beat Review.

Model Girls from the Swinging Sixties : Original photographs taken at the 1964 Photo Fair

Yellow Rolls Royce : Pictures and feature on this fantastic car with the Dulcettes

Victoria & Holly of the Dulcettes: Are our Cover Girls

THE DULCETTE BAND

Scott Elvis Feature : Is Scott the best  Elvis?  Two page article on Scott and ‘The King’.

Scott Elvis

Many pictures from Past War & Peace Revival Events:  pictures of Adam Hoffman,Holly Chambers, Victoria Bass, Viv the Spiv, Rosie Apples, Holly Foster, Kitten Von Mew, Amy Baker, Jive Aces, Cassidy Jansen and so many others.

War on your doorstep: Richard Holdsworth’s photographs of Rocker Rod of the Cinque Ports Lindy Hoppers, Viv the Spiv, Gypsy John, Paulette Merrimen, Kevin Quaife, Richard Holdsworth and the Battle of Britain Flight

Pictures from the Golden Age of Steam

Grassington Dickensian Festival: Tony May,  Hastings Town’s favourite journalist, illustrates a four page feature article with pictures from the Yorkshire Dales  popular annual festival.

1929 Bentley Visits one of the most famous Inns in England

The Bentley was valued at £1500 in 1964

Rallycross the Television Sporting sensation of the 1960: Featuring Champion Rod Chapman and the story of how the event was specially created for television.

Cassidy Jenson: West End Musical leading lady and fabulous singer of vintage music who often performes with the most active band in the land The Jive Aces. Photographs by Katalina Kat

Invasion of the Mods: The story of a sunny weekend in Hastings in 1964. Including picture of singer Karen Moses on the actual original Lambretta used in the film Quadraphenia

Police were brought to Hastings from Brighton to help deal with the situation
Hastings was Swamped with Mods
A policeman buts in and stops an argument between young men

 

 

 

 

 

 

Six Spoons – Like it or lump it: The story of a WWII Evacuee by Richard Holdsworth.

Catalina Kat – Roving Photographer

Coachlines: The man who paints coachlines on Royal Vehicles.

The Barnes Wallis Motorcycle : Ridden by singer Karen Moses

 

Cinque Ports Bulletin March 2019

 

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Motor Repair Businesses Beware

Thieves target motor repairs and spares premises in the Hastings area

 

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Motor businesses and garages in the Hastings area have recently been targeted by burglars stealing tools, diagnostic equipment and car parts.

Police are urging owners of such premises to pay particular attention to security and asking the general public to report any suspicious activity in or around such Continue reading Motor Repair Businesses Beware

Drink & Drug Driving Bans

Dozens more motorists banned for drink and drug-driving offences

Operation Dragonfly

A drink-driver who took out a concrete bollard on Christmas Eve, causing extensive damage to her car, is among the latest motorists to be convicted as part of Operation Dragonfly.

At 5.10pm on 24 December, police were called by a member of public to reports of a single vehicle collision in Sea Lane, Rustington. Continue reading Drink & Drug Driving Bans

The Bentley at the Mermaid

 

In 1962 J E Hollands & Sons the Rye Television firm won a Bentley Open Tourer in an RGD Television Sales Competition.

One of their customers had the value of the Bentley, which at that time was £1,500 and the firm won a further £1,000 for their efforts. Continue reading The Bentley at the Mermaid

Operation Stack

  Large Areas of Kent Paralysed

Lorries are being parked on large sections of the M20 in a queue that, at times, has stretched from  Folkestone to Maidstone. It is taking as long as 18 hours to get to the Channel Tunnel terminus or the Ferry Port of Dover. Lorry drivers are furious at the slow response of authorities as the traffic jams hold the area in gridlock. The A20, which is taking all non continental lorries and smaller vehicles, is almost at a standstill on occasions and many other road uses have been trapped at home for most of July.  Continue reading Operation Stack

Hands Across the Sea at Hythe

INTERNATIONAL WEEKEND

Excitement is growing for the “Hands across the Sea” International Weekend organised by the Rolls Royce Enthusiasts’ Club. It is happening at Westenhanger, Folkestone Racecourse, Nr Hythe which is a huge site  Continue reading Hands Across the Sea at Hythe

Famous Vehicles for the 2013 War & Peace Revival

1925 Rolls Royce 20hp Tourer.

Hunting Car Owned by King Alphonso of Spain

Chassis number GSK20

Registration number BAK958

An extraordinary car Bodied By Vanden Plas. The coachwork is a one off and rakish in the extreme. Designed as a hunting car, the roof is of the disappearing kind giving an unimpaired swing of a gun when seated in the rear occasional Continue reading Famous Vehicles for the 2013 War & Peace Revival