Never-before-seen snaps reveal holidaymakers having fun at Butlin's
The first of the park's holiday camps was opened in 1936 by Billy Butlin in Skegness. Today, his legacy lives on as Butlin's celebrates its 80th year as an iconic British institution.
Vintage pictures of Butlins camps in the 1950s hark back to bygone era
In the 1950's Butlins camps were the go-to destination for Brits on vacation. Knobbly knees contests, human pyramids and tombolas were the major entertainment events on the calendar.
Vintage photographs and postcards show 80 years of Butlin's resorts
Butlin's resorts were founded in 1936 by Billy Butlin as an all-weather holiday destination. Photographs and postcards show the visitors having fun in resorts around the UK.
44 Glorious Postcards of the Glamorous Butlin's Ocean Hotel in Saltdean - Flashbak
In 1938 at a cost of £200,000 the prestigous Ocean Hotel opened in Saltdean, a village on the chalk cliffs of the south coast of England in East Sussex.