IN today’s Timeout, we look back on the mayor of Hove from 1965 to 1967, Councillor Donald Edmonds, and his involvement in the city in years past.

Do you remember the Milk Race? It ias featured in our main image, showing the then Mayor of Hove Donald Edmonds alongside the winner of the 1966 race.

The man is seen drinking a glass of milk, which may seem rather antiquated now but was apt for the time as the Milk Marketing Board had become sponsor of the UK’s most prestigious cycling event, the Tour of Britain, in 1958.

Do you recognise our cycling hero, and the winner of the race, though?

The mayor is then seen during a visit to the Brighton Evening Argus offices in 1967.

He is shown with a complicated-looking contraption in the press room as journalists surround him.

How times have changed.

He is later shown opening the fete at the old Mowden School in Droveway in Hove, now Lancing College Prep, with Elsie and Doris Waters of Gert and Daisy fame.

We then see him alongside the winner of the Miss Brighton and Hove Albion competition, Diane Phillips. Does anyone know what became of her?

Next is a photograph of the mayor in conversation with the new Chief Constable of East Sussex at the time George Terry and his colleague Superintendent F A Cutting in 1965.

Does anyone know what the F A stood for?

The mayor and mayoress were photographed with Mr and Mrs Charles Forte at the opening of the newlook King Alfred restaurant in Hove in 1967. Finally, the couple are photographed with Brighton artist Charlotte Flexer, who presented the councillor with his portrait commemorating his time as mayor in 1969.