Lewes History Group talk: Lewes and the Country Gentry c1640-1830 – Monday 12 April 2021, 7:20 for 7:30pm start

A Zoom Webinar

Sue Berry: Lewes and the Country Gentry c1640-1830: politics, leisure and patronage

Local historian Sue Berry considers the many ways that the owners of local country houses estates influenced Lewes significantly from the Civil War until the 1830s, after which their impact declined.

Firle Place, by Lambert Jnr 1786
Firle Place, by James Lambert Jnr. Image courtesy of the Sussex Archaeological Society

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 7:20pm.

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.