The Beeding and Bramber Local History Society was formed in 1981 for people who have an interest in the past of the two villages, as well as Botolphs, Small Dole and Edburton. From small beginning, the society now has over 80 members and meets from September to April on the first Wednesday in the month in Beeding and Bramber Village Hall. Talks cover a wide range of subjects relating to the history and natural history of the local area and Sussex in general. Visitors are welcome to these talks for a £3.00 entrance fee.
All meetings are held at the Village Hall on the first Wednesday of each month commencing at 19:45.
Further information can be obtained from the Local History Society on 01903 812847 or at firstname.lastname@example.org .
Bbooks available: Bramber, Glimpses of a Village, £3; Beeding, History of a Village £7.50; The People of Beeding and Bramber in the Great War, £12.