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
Scott Elvis Feature : Is Scott the best Elvis? Two page article on Scott and ‘The King’.
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
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
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
A Brand New Glossy Magazine covering great periods of the past 100 years. From Burlesque to World Wars from Roaring Twenties to Sexy Seventies.
Great musicians and orchestras, amazing retro singers, military vehicles, classic British cars, vintage farm vehicles, 1940s village, vintage shows and events, steam engines, aircraft, fashion and glamour, unique vintage photographs and so much more. An endless variety of nostalgia.
To reach a wide audience this publication is going on sale by subscription. Just £20 annual subscription. Send cheque to Cinque Ports Magazines Rye Ltd with your name and address to Guinea Hall Lodge, Main Road, Sellindge, Kent TN25 6EG or email your name and address to [email protected] and pay £20 into our account – SORT CODE 20-02-62 Acc/No. 83865096.
All subscriptions received before 14 December will have the Winter (Jan., Feb., March) issue delivered through their door before Christmas.
Overseas subscriptions can be taken but are £35 per year due to postage costs and we cannot gaurentee delivery before Christmas.
The letter from Graham Saunders about the brass cricket ball reminded me of a time, years ago, when he and I belonged to a local club that held Clay Pigeon Shoots at the top of White Heart Hill, Guestling. One of the other members was a distinguished man by the name of Dr. Adams, a man who loved his shooting. Early targets he shot had included glass balls filled with feathers and brass balls that rang like bells when hit. He attended all meetings. Shooting the clays our club used, which left just a puff of smoke when hit, so Graham and another enthusiast Continue reading Jimper’s Jottings September 2010