6. The Early Twentieth Century


St. Luke’s, Ramsgate

The start of the new century was dominated by the coming of the First World War and the tragedies and hardship that accompanied it. It was as a memorial to those who had lost their lives in the war that the first Church Hall was erected, but this was only a church hut!

​This last instalment from the history of the first 50 years at St. Luke’s starts with a summary of the work of the second vicar, Rev. Hazledine, who was vicar from 1905-1912. The main focus, however, is on the events during the time of the third vicar, Rev. Collins, 1913-1927.

Read on: 7. Vicar’s Letter – Rev. Collins, 1916