About the Workshop
The purpose of the History and Heritage Workshop is to explore and document village life in Kingston from 1950 to 2000, with participants from
the community researching and sharing information about change and continuity in the history and heritage of the village, looking at each decade
Individuals taking part in the workshop are researching into one or more areas of interest then reporting back at monthly meetings, where findings
will be discussed and shared. Meetings will take place on the second Tuesday of each month, from 7-9pm in Kingston Community Pavilion.
The outputs of the workshop will include an initial report which will be used as the basis for an exhibition on the 1950s, a publication and website
material. Where appropriate, the workshop will liaise with The Keep at Falmer and transfer material developed or collected through its work for
archiving and safekeeping.
We would be very pleased to hear from anyone who would like to take part in the project or who has any information or photographs relating to Kingston
between 1950 and 2000.
The list below shows who to contact and the topics currently being researched.
||Area of Special Interest
||Politics in the Parish
||Boundaries, Rights of way, maybe Law & order
||Sport, Recreation, School, Children
||The Juggs, The Holdings, Wellgreen Lane road widening
||Women, the WI
||Religion and society