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Memories of Brighton

My grandfather's family lived in Brighton/Hove near Seven Dials and attended Belgrave Road Congregational Church.  Their surname was WOOD and his forenames were WALTER EDWARD.  He had a brother PERCY and sisters ADA, POLLY and AGNES.  His father (my great grandfather) was reputed to have been very tall and also to (...Read full memory)

The house on the far right of the terrace was no 9 which together with no 8 formed the premises of Brighton Teacher Training College, which I attended in 1956-58. The road on the left hand side of the picture (just visible) is Paston Place. This eastern area of Brighton is known as Kemp Town.

The Aquarium was the venue for the 'Chinese Jazz Club' which was run by a man in a straw hat called 'Bonnie'. I was a regular as a student and despite the name all I recall was R&B music from a range of bands and singers including Muddy Waters, Blind Lemon Jefferson (I think) , Long John Baldry and Rod Stewart - then known as Rod the Mod.

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