British Seaside Holidays
This British Seaside holiday memorabilia pack is perfect for those interested in history or studying British History. The pack is full of fascinating information and detail which brings this historical era to life.
Technical Details (In this pack)
By Coach to the Seaside
A story booklet (c. 1960s) told through the eyes of a child travelling to a seaside holiday by bus. Innocence personified.
Prestatyn Holiday Camp (1959)
"So much to do - so little to pay" is the claim on this colourful fold our brochure. Packed with photographs of activities chalets and sand. Book early!
New Winter Gardens Flier (1930s)
Entertainment at Morecombe Ballroom including a boxing competition (staring Dick Freezer), whilst the audience at the theatre was entertained by the likes of Dick Tubb and the Three Romps.
Sunnyhurst Holiday Camp c.1940s
Fascinating booklet illustrated with photographs along with Regulations such as "Campers are expected to make their own beds" and "silence must be strictly observed from 11:45pm. Quite right too.
Daily Entertainment Guide (1955)
A veritable feast for the summer at Skegness. Never a dull moment with a line up including: "Uncle Boko" the Joe Daniels Orchestra and Jimmy Nuts.
Torquay Hotel Leaflet
A typical 1950s leaflet for the seafront hotel , boasting "running water and electric light "All for just 3 guineas per week.
A mixed bag of deckchair receipts. Crazy Golf cards and train timetables
Collection of Post Card Images
The "Saucy" postcards were synonymous with the seaside holiday as were Punch and Judy and the donkeys on the seafront.
NOTE: These items are replicas of original documents and information