Grange Road

Grange Road lies in Lewes’s conservation area – to the south of the High Street,  west of Southover Grange and the famous cobbled Keere Street. It dates from the late nineteenth century and is formed of a row of terraced houses on the south side and detached, semi-detached and blocks of flats on the north side. Early residents came from a range of backgrounds and many of the houses were rented with multiple occupancies.

The Grange Road History Group began researching the story of the road in 2015. This resulted in a display in the Town Hall in September 2016 as part of Lewes’s annual Heritage Open Days. You can learn more about the Group’s findings including:

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Grange Road: a Funnell’s Series postcard

 

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