The Slaugham Archives

1907

Handcross Park, East Lodge East Lodge, formerly of the Handcross Park Estate, is situated along the Balcombe Lane. I suspect ...
Tilgate Forest Row, Pease Pottage An early tinted picture of Tilgate Forest Row showing the awning and signs for “Luncheons & Teasâ€...
The Street, Warninglid With roadstone piled along the edge of the road and two men with, what seems to be, heavy machinery ...
Harvest Festival at St Mark's church, Staplefield St Mark’s church is well decorated for the harvest festival of 1907. It is no surprise that all ...
Black Swan, Pease Pottage This photograph of the Black Swan is important because it shows major works being carried out to the...
Tilgate Mansion The Tilgate estate covered some 2184 acres of which the present-day Tilgate Park is just a relativel...
Tilgate lodge on Pease Pottage hill As the lodge to Tilgate was located at the bottom of Pease Pottage hill it is somewhat disconcerting...
Funeral of James Edwards at Slaugham church James Albert Edwards was headmaster of Slaugham school from 1870 to 1878, and Handcross school from ...
Buchan Hill, Pease Pottage This heavily-tinted picture of Buchan Hill was taken only about 25 years after it was built in 1882 ...
Warninglid School certificates Examination success in Religious Subjects at Warninglid school was rewarded by the issue of certific...
Handcross Park Cricket Team 1907 The country estates around Handcross often employed a large number of staff and it was common for th...
Handcross Band enters a band competition On 20th May 1907 Handcross Band competed in the Southern Counties Amateur Band Association Competiti...

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