The Slaugham Archives

1992

Handcross over the Years by Roger Ray In 1992 Roger Ray's final book "Handcross over the Years" was published, and followed his earlier bo...
The Gate Lodge, Pease Pottage The Gate Lodge just south of Pease Pottage is now mostly hidden behind bushes, but the old Toll hous...
Moat House Cottage, Slaugham Built into a corner of the Slaugham Place ruins, Moat House Cottage was in such a state of disrepair...
Road works at Pease Pottage The not-long-completed A23 dual carriageway at Tilgate Forest Row, Pease Pottage, soon to be transfo...
Digger accident at Slaugham The driver of this truck presumably found himself faced with an oncoming vehicle on the brow of the ...
Obituary of Anne, Countess of Rosse Anne, Countess of Rosse, died in 1992 aged 90, and the national newspapers gave her due recognition ...
Street Fairs at Slaugham (1 of 5) During the latter part of the last century Slaugham village held Street Fairs every other year when ...
Street Fairs at Slaugham (2 of 5) At the Slaugham Street Fair two stalls have been set up outside Carpenters Arms Cottages. Roger Ray...
Street Fairs at Slaugham (3 of 5) This is an unusual view of the annual Street Fair held on the Green at Slaugham. Arthur Shopland w...
Slaugham Street Fair (1 of 4) Further to pictures 1791 to 1795 here are several more photographs of the Street Fairs in Slaugham f...
Slaugham Street Fair (2 of 4) At the Slaugham Street Fair of 1992, the above picture shows Arthur Shopland at top of ladder, and B...
Handcross stoolball team at tournament (2 of 6) The picture is of the Handcross stoolball team playing at a tournament in Seaford. Back row: Beryl ...

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London to Brighton veteran car run - Slaugham exitNew Austin car for Ashfold estateConstance Doggett with new bicycle at the HydeOpening of Listers estate in WarninglidRailway Modeller features Handcross stationMrs Elsie Cosens - 105-years-old todayThe old Tin Church in Pease PottageThomas Caffyn's shop in Handcross High StreetWest Lodge, Handcross and school childrenSlaugham village residents