|"A few more years shall roll"|
This hymn was song at the funeral of the Rector of Slaugham, Rev. John Oliver Wylliams Haweis, in 1891. See picture #2473.
|Ansty and Staplefield Parish Council |
Ansty and Staplefield Parish council is responsible for an area of West Sussex that runs from the north west side of Burgess Hill towards Handcross. It covers the settlements of Ansty, Staplefield and Brook Street. Cuckfield Parish Council covers the village of Cuckfield.
|Pease Pottage Village|
A really entertaining website full of interesting facts and photographs of the village told with style and humour.
|Railway Modeller December 1959|
The February 2018 edition of the Railway Modeller refers to the same publication over 58 years earlier. The relevant website page is numbered 2164.
|Screen Archive - Film 9927|
Archive 16mm film shot by Cyril Hayworth in about 1949. It shows Scouts playing football in Handcriss Recreation Ground, Scouts camping at Borde Hill, and Scouts and Guides marching to All Saints Church in Handcross for St George's Day parade.
|Screen Archive - Film 9939|
Archive 16mm film shot by Cyril Hayworth on 22nd April 1951. It shows Scouts, Guides and Cubs marching in the High Street, Handcross making their way to a St George's Day service in St Mary's church, Slaugham.
|Slaugham Parish Council|
The Slaugham Parish Council is the local authority covering the villages of Slaugham, Handcross, Pease Pottage, and Warninglid.
|The Staplefield Anorak|
This website has an enormous amount of useful information for the residents of Staplefield. Its "tour de force" is the continuously updated weather data and statistics.
|Warninglid Village Page|
A notice board for the village of Warninglid, containing lots of information or issues that relate directly to the village.