Hayling Island: The Years of Change 1919 – 1946A talk by Mike and Jill Burnham 12th March
From 1919 to 1946 Hayling Island underwent huge changes as the mainly agricultural community was transformed. The introduction of paid holidays, the good railway connection and the growth in the use of cars made the island a holiday destination and brought new employment opportunities. Hayling Island residents Jill and Mike Burnham will discuss these changes, revealing personal stories and information they have gathered for their book put together a part of a U3A project.
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