She was known as ‘Queen of the Mods’ back in the 60s for her impeccable dress sense.

Cathy McGowan is pictured here at a Twist and Bowl party at King Alfred Lanes in Hove in 1965.

Born in 1943, she is a British broadcaster and journalist, best known as presenter of the rock music television show.

She is seen here with Paul Noble and again with Shoreham Matelots.

Also pictured here are four winners of the Bat-Contest at the Academy Cinema in Brighton in 1967.

Left to right, they are Mrs W. H. Clements, Mrs F. M. Moon, Mrs S. Kelvin and Barbara Goldsmith and manager Mr Ron Dunbar.

The Brighton Argus Christmas Appeal was held at the Regent Ballroom in 1963.

The ballroom was opened in December 1923 and closed in 1967.

It was a famous venue for dancing and could cater for 1,500 guests.

Pictured here at the event are Sir Francis Rose, Julia Foster, Count de Belleroche and Judy Cornwell with model race cars.

Julia Foster, who was born in Lewes in 1943, starred in Half a Sixpence, a 1967 musical film set in Kent and partly filmed in Eastbourne.

It was directed by George Sidney.

She is pictured here filming for it in 1966.

Julia Foster is also pictured here at Top Rank’s Hove Bowl for the Evening Argus Christmas Appeal in 1964.

She is collecting a cheque from the assistant manager Mike Snowdon.

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