Sir Alexander Godley and some guests: Maj.-Gen. J.E.B. Seely (later Lord Mortistone), Constance, Duchess of Westminster and Lady Mary Grosvener
HE Gen. Sir Alexander J. Godley
Curro Pecino, Earth-stopper 1918 to 1933
Moving off: Gen Godley with Miss Talia Larios on the right
Maj. Townsend and Mr. Hankey with the Master
Maj. Oswald Pedley at a meet with Gen. Godley
Maj. Mouse Townsend and some of the T/V Beagles - a rival pack – The T stood for Townsend and the V for Vivian. Maj. “Mouse” Townsend and Cdr. Paul Vivian RN were the instigators.
Capt. Ll. Gwydyr-Jones, RWF and Capt. A.F. Tod RA at the Second Venta ( 1932 )
( 1932 )
HE Gen. Sir Alexander Godley and Lady Godley at the Races – A start at North Front
HE Gen. Sir Charles Harington and the Joint Masters at the opening meet at Guadacorte Farm ( 1934 )
Lady Harington MFH, Joint Master, 1934 – 38
( 1937 – 1938 )
HE Gen. Sir Edmund Ironside MFH
( 1938 - Gerald Hare )
I have no idea where the name comes from I suspect the beach - presumably somewhere near La Alcaidesa in Spain - is now called something completely different. Nevertheless I do remember visiting it in the 1950s.