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|Address||Duke Road, Sedlescombe Road North|
Pottery Cottages were a terrace of six cottages constructed for workers at the pottery just north of the junction of modern day Duke Road and Sedlescombe Road North. They took their name from the pottery and field adjacent which was known as Pottery Field on which a number of Football matches were recorded as taking place during the 19th Century.
References & Notes
- British Newspaper Archive Hastings & St. Leonards Observer 16 September 1933 Pg. 0013
- : Waterfall to Windmill by Alan Buckle Hastings Local History Group via Leon Pettit Historical Hastings Group