Lewes History Group talk: A Sussex Scrapbook – Monday 14 March 2022, 7:25 for 7:30pm start

A Zoom Webinar

Chris Horlock: the original Sussex Scrapbook

Chris Horlock will be regaling us with an entertaining mix of anecdotes about famous people connected to our county, details of local historic buildings and landmarks, local traditions and folklore, quaint ‘health cures’ and all sorts of legends, tales and mysteries.

What links the stories and features together is that they all reflect aspects of the mindset of the generations that preceded ours, and the attitudes and outlooks of their times.

A native of Brighton, Chris has spent a lifetime travelling round Sussex, exploring its history and heritage, and accumulating a collection of photographs, maps, historical prints and ephemera that he will use to illustrate his talk.

His ‘Sussex Scrapbook’ talks have been so popular that there are actually three different non-overlapping versions – cognoscenti may like to know that this month we will hear the original version. Chris is a regular contributor to Sussex Life, and the author of several books on Sussex history. He has appeared on radio and TV, and is a natural storyteller.

Horlock talk - Sussex Scrapbook

To join this talk, you need to
1) register your intention in advance
2) receive our confirmation email with a link to the talk
3) click on that link to attend the talk 10 minutes before it starts

LHG Members can attend our talks for free. We will send members emails with a link to Zoom registration. Then please follow steps 1, 2, and 3 as above. 

Non-members can buy a ticket (£4) from TicketSource. The ticket will provide a link to Zoom registration. Then please follow steps 1, 2, and 3 as above.

Please join the webinar at 7:25pm.

We would recommend a computer screen or an iPad as a minimum screen-size for viewing our webinars.

Our presenters will be speaking live, and you can ask questions by typing in the Q&A box in Zoom.

See the Talks page for a list of  forthcoming monthly events organised by the Lewes History Group.