Kingston has had some interesting encounters with the British climate and we have
a few snow pictures to start with. The winter of 1962-3 saw a large amount of snow ice descend upon the village
and the first two photos show a view down the Newhaven road and a view down Ashcombe Lane. In February 1985
a snow fall prompted a village tobagganning session. The fourth photograph has just caught the Church beautifully
after a snow fall in December 1999.
The great storm in October 1987 brought devastation to the South East of England
and Kingston had its fair share.
More recently we experienced floods in Lewes, however in October 2000 Kingston did not
entirely escape as is evidenced by these pictures.