Tuesday 26 February at 8 pm Henry III and the Battle of Lewes – Mr James Dickinson This will be the first visit to us by Mr James Dickinson. How involved were the people of Fletching Parish with the confrontation? Come along and find out more.
Tuesday 26 March at 8 pm Women's Suffrage – Frances Stenlake. If you missed Frances' talk in Horsted Keynes this is your chance to hear a unique talk on Danehill's connection to this movement. Frances will focus on one of our local heroines, an influential member of the Women's Suffrage Association and first president of our Society, Dame Margery Corbett-Ashby.
Springfield Cottage, London Road, previously called Botches (a 100 acre farm) was a medieval Hall House (c 1450). The masssive chimney was added later.
Danehill Parish Historical Society was founded in 1972 with our first president being Dame Margery Corbett Ashby DBE (pictured in 1923).
The objectives of the society are to promote interest in, and the study of local history in particular, or any other historical matter of interest, bringing together local residents or other people to share and enjoy a range of social and informal activities.
The Society is a member of:-
British Association for Local History
Friends of The East Sussex Record Office
The Sussex Archaeological Society
Danehill Recruits who joined the Royal Sussex Regiment, 1914