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Hunt for killer in gruesome murder (3 of 5) In October 1991 a body was found in Broxmead Lane in the parish of Cuckfield Rural, two miles south-...
Scheme to counter vandalism in Handcross (4 of 5) In an effort to combat vandalism in the community various bodies contributed generous sums to provid...
PC David Pearce goes incognito (5 of 5) Not many people know this but former Handcross policeman, David Pearce, takes great care of his legs...
Charcoal burners in Balcombe Forest The photograph shows a group of charcoal burners somewhere deep in the Balcombe Forest. The pictu...
Staplefield Scout Troop (1 of 3) No information is attached to these photographs of a scout troop from Staplefield, other than the no...
Staplefield Scout Troop (2 of 3) Is everybody happy? The wide-brimmed hats were difficult to keep flat, particularly before the inve...
Staplefield Scout Troop (3 of 3) One of the scouts appears to be holding a shield, and probably there has been a competition between ...
Walking on a ball in Handcross (1 of 2) Here follows a series of photographs of events that took place in the High Street in Handcross which...
Walking on a ball in Handcross (2 of2) Further to picture #2392, here is another picture of Madame Florence. The Large Version shows a clo...
Jack Cook, caretaker & head gardener at Broadfield This is a picture of my father, Jack Cook (1918-1999), standing in the walled garden of Broadfield H...
Handcross Scouts explore Europe (1 of 2) It was quite an major event when the 1st Slaugham Scouts, based in Handcross, decided to tour the co...
Handcross Scouts explore Europe (2 of 2) Further to picture #2402 the photograph shows some of the Handcross Scouts with three of their hosts...

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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