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William Doggett, basketmaker of Handcross (2 of 2) Further to picture #2021 here is an example of the basketmaker’s art. The Hyde estate pony was f...
Thomas Caffyn flagon from Handcross Post Office Further to the request on picture #1221 for surviving artifacts and bygones from local businesses of...
Horsham Road residents fight traffic (1 of 3) In 1990 the volume of traffic in Horsham Road, Handcross had increased to such an extent that a prot...
Horsham Road residents fight traffic (2 of 3) Further to picture #2034, here is another newspaper cutting of Handcross residents gathered outside ...
Horsham Road residents fight traffic (3 of 3) Further to picture #2034 and picture #2035 here is another newspaper cutting featuring the campaigne...
Ted Cosens on motorbike in Truggers This photograph was almost certainly taken outside the garages at Truggers in Handcross, and shows m...
Ted & Elsie Cosens outside their home in Truggers After moving in to the newly built Truggers estate, Handcross on 29th March 1948, my parents, Ted an...
Herbert (Sonny) Cooper This is my father, Herbert "Sonny" Cooper. According to a note on the reverse of the photograph, ...
The Brown family from Ashfold, Handcross My family used to live in North Lodge on the Ashfold estate and here are two photographs taken of th...
Harry Boniface and milk lorry Remembered by many as driving the number 78 double-decker Southdown bus between Handcross and Horsha...
Scouts tackle the First Class Hike One of the traditional challenges for a Boy Scout was to complete a First Class Hike. In July 1957...
Ist Slaugham Scout Troop The photograph show many members of the 1st Slaugham Scout Troop at their headquarters in the old cr...

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Roy Leadbetter and HMS RawalpindiNew Community Centre in Pease PottageHandcross cricket teamBill and Bert Robinson (2 of 2)Construction of Handcross bypassSad news from Burgess HillBill and Bert Robinson (1 of 2)Wooden bungalow in Balcombe Lane, HandcrossNursing Association annual meeting at Parish HallSlaugham Parish magazine from 1953