Redoubt Military Fortress, Eastbourne. By Harry Pope, RIP

 Harry Pope realised he could write when he first went to school, and never stopped since.…

Rudyard Kipling’s Sussex Country Home, Bateman’s.

By Lyn Funnell Rudyard Kipling and his family lived in Bateman’s in Burwash, which is owned…

Step Back in Time at Dreamland, Margate – Season Starts Soon

Last weekend I watched a film – and I say film rather than movie because it…

Sussex Smugglers

By Wendy Hughes   Smuggling was rife in Sussex and Alfriston was no exception. The Sussex…

Seven Sussex and Kent Villages Worth Exploring

I’m always surprised by how much history I discover hidden away in our villages. It’s good…

Memory of connections between Malta and counties Kent and Sussex Sea ports that are an economic pillar to their national economy

The Port of Dover in Kent and Malta’s Grand Harbour in Valletta  By Albert Fenech  Situated…

Hopped on the Train for a Visit to London’s British Museum

Following on from my article last week about my trip to London, I promised to dedicate…

A Trip to London by Train

I’d booked tickets to see what sounded like a rather intriguing musical experience for the evening. …

Eastbourne’s Old Workhouse.

by Harry Pope Eastbourne, like a lot of towns, had a workhouse. I have recently re-read…

The Six Bells – billed as the Eighth Wonder of the World

Following on from our walk around Chiddingly, we suggested a visit to the Six Bells pub…