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In June 1906, the "Riviera" Boarding Establishment was advertising: Ideal Winter Residence, Access to public gardens on the sea front, Separate tables, Electric light, Baths, Smoking lounge, Suites of rooms.
Mr. A. L. Oldfield, was the proprietor of the York Hotel from 1850 and from the many remarks made by the gentry of the town his was deemed one of the best establishments of its kind in the town.
This little Church, fronting onto the main road through Ashey, was the Mission Church in the Parish of All Saints’ Ryde. The Vicar’s of Ryde regularly officiated at services there for the residents of the Ashey area.