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The best surviving photograph of Harold Camburn, taken on Salvington Hill in 1910 or 1911. He probably took it himself, using a delayed-action shutter release

Harold Camburn – and Lancing a century ago video

The people of Worthing owe a particular debt to the Tunbridge Wells-based photographer and publisher Harold Camburn, because – with the possible exception of the small local firm of Edwards & Son – he published more postcard views of the Worthing area than any other postcard publisher.

Worthing Over 21 Club in 1961

Worthing Over 21 club members named

Many more members of the Worthing Over 21 Club featured in this photo have now been identified after it feature in Looking Back last month.

Could these concrete foundations be the remains of the satellite post?

Appeal for information about Royal Observer Corps’ Worthing seafront lookout post

EX-ROYAL Observer Corps member Paul Wakefield and I are trying to find out more about a concrete tower which was once located close to where the Sea Lane Cafe, in Worthing, is today.

Isaac on the HMS Calypso, second from right

Bramber-born First World War hero

Isaac Thomas Woolgar, Artificer Engineer, Royal Navy

Remembering Worthing’s fallen

The Worthing men who died in January 1915 while serving their country in the First World War.

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