Images of Pease Pottage
The first batch of these photographs was mostly taken in the late 1980s and early 1990s, and includes a few images of the damage caused by the great storm of October 1987. There is also a selection of images of Pease Pottage in the big freeze of January 2010, as well as images of the construction of the monster housing estate on the site of the car boot sale, which began in 2019.
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Pease Pottage, Wednesday 6 January 2010
Woodgate Housing Estate, 2019 Onwards
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Slide Show Software
Merci à Christophe Beyl for his Slimbox software: https://www.digitalia.be/software/slimbox2/. Thanks also to Stef Dawson for his Textpattern plugin, smd_slimbox.
Other Photographs of Pease Pottage
- The Francis Frith website contains 10 photographs taken in the 1950s: nine of Woodhurst and one of Tilgate Forest Row.
- Your Local Web contains some more recent pictures of the village.
- Handcross Over the Years, a book by the late Roger Ray, includes many old photographs of Pease Pottage and the surrounding villages. The book was published in 1991, presumably by the author since no publisher is mentioned. Its ISBN is 0 9518697 0 1.
- Barry Ray, son of Roger, has established the Slaugham Archives website, which contains a large number of photographs of Pease Pottage over the last century or more. Well worth a visit!