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Portslade is the name of an area of the city of Brighton and Hove, England.Portslade Village, the original settlement a mile inland to the north, was built up in the 16th century.The actual etymology of Portslade may be portus- -ladda, way to the port, where ladda is from the Old English for way, but this is conjectural at best.The old name, Copperas Gap, for Portslade-by-Sea suggests that the coast was used for the production of copperas or green vitriol, a form of ferrous sulphate used extensively in the textile industry.The Old Shoreham Road is thought to form part of the Chichester (Noviomagus Reginorum) to Portslade Roman road.Roman remains and a Roman burial site were found in Roman Road.At Xavier's School for Gifted Youngsters the X-Men were tutored by Professor X and trained in the use of their powers in the Danger Room.
Edward Kenealy died on 16 April 1880 and was buried in St Helen's churchyard Hangleton, at the time of his death St Nicolas' Portslade and St Helen's Hangleton were united as one Parish under the care of the Vicar of Portslade.
Fishersgate has its own railway station and like the Portslade station actually occurs at the boundary.
Drove Road, in the original Portslade Village, has been linked with the Roman road (sometimes known as the "London to Portslade Way") that passes through Patcham valley to Haywards Heath and on to Streatham in London.
Today Portslade is bisected from east to west by the old A27 road (now the A270) between Brighton and Worthing, each part having a distinct character.
Portslade Village, to the north, nestles in a valley of the South Downs and still retains its rural character with flint buildings, a village green and the small parish church of St Nicolas, which is the second-oldest church in the city, dating from approximately 1150.