Indoor Programme 2022 Indoor meetings are held on Tuesdays in Danehill Memorial Hall, RH17 7HS, 7:30pm except for the afternoon Relaunch Meeting in March which is in the hall, but doors open at 2:30pm for a 3:00pm start.
June 28 The Saxons, Mak Norman. Mak is an experienced and entertaining public speaker and this evening he will be talking about the Anglo-Saxons: Poetry, Riddles and Runes and Spiritual Beliefs. This promises to be an interesting evening although I am not sure how many of the riddles we will be able to answer.
July 26 The Cinque Ports, James Dickenson. When you see the sign of the Cinque Ports have you ever thought what it really means? The talk tells the story of the cradle of the Royal Navy.
Sept 27 On Horseback with Celia Fiennes, Dr Janet Pennington. A travelogue by Celia who rode around much of England, including Sussex, in the 17th century.
Oct 25 Freshfield Lane Brickworks, Jill Rolfe, Chris Drewery. History of the founding of the works and the hand-made manufacturing process. Includes unique early film footage showing the back-breaking nature of the process.
Outdoor Visits 2022 Tuesday, May 31. Natural History Meeting: Churchyard Flowers Jennie Marten and Chris Drewery All Saints Churchyard is an excellent example of an increasingly rare wildflower meadow habitat. Be prepared to be amazed at the number of species, both common and unusual, growing in this small area. Remember a magnifier and a kneeling pad! Meet at the churchyard at 6:30pm.
Thursday 11 Aug. Visit to Lewes Priory. Helen Poole will lead a guided tour. Meet at the priory at 2pm.