Summer Fair in South Harting.
A busy Sunday in this village High Street at the northern foot of the South Downs.
photo:- Colin Smith - June 1997
click to compare with 1951
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The Old Club Roll is called
Humphrey Sladden, secretary of the oldest friendly society in England,
calls the names of the 200 members of the Club to attend church, "and a feast thereafter."
photo - text:- M. Eyre - 28 May, 2007 - - next gallery image


High Street and church
South Harting
The building on the right in the foreground is obviously "The Ship", the white building in the middle of the row of houses is "The White Hart", the church is dedicated to St. Mary and St. Gabriel.
photo text:- Martyn Pattison
10 May, 2005
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The Ship Inn, South Harting
photo:- Patricia Steel - 17 February, 2007 - - next gallery image


The Ship Inn
photo:- M. Eyre - 3 May. 2008 - - next gallery image


The Old Butchers Shop
next to ship Inn
photo:- M. Eyre - 3 May 2008 - - next gallery image


The White Hart, South Harting
photo:- Patricia Steel - 17 February, 2007 - - next gallery image


The White Hart, South Harting
photo:- Judi Lion - 20 May 2008
member of the Midhurst Camera Club
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