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Newspaper features Warninglid Slaugham & Handcross
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Newspaper features Warninglid Slaugham & Handcross

In 1979 one of the local newspapers published a large article on the delights of living in the three villages of Warninglid, Slaugham and Handcross.
One-time resident of Lydhurst was great patriot and benefactor “Union” Jack Hayward who created the present-day entrance to the estate in The Street, Warninglid. The above sign at the entrance clearly indicated his feelings towards foreign-made imports.
The Large Version shows joint licensee Gonzalo Burillo celebrating the re-opening of the 400-year-old Red Lion in Handcross following the devastating fire in 1978.
The article also features lifetime resident of Warninglid, 76-year-old Ernest Gasson, then living at 6, Listers.
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