Sections of the historic wall collapsed in November 2019 and since then the council has been working with Lewes District Council and Historic England on plans to rebuild the structure.
Since its launch in August 2014, photographs and stories of valour, sacrifice and wartime life have been published on the East Sussex World War One website, attracting more than 188,000 visitors from countries across the world. Continue reading
The Keep, in Moulsecoomb, is holding an Open Day on Saturday, September 15 2018 from 10am to 3.30pm, as part of the Brighton & Hove Heritage Open Days weekend. Continue reading
Claude Nunney died shortly after he was injured during an attack on a heavily fortified German defensive trench system, known as the Drocourt-Quéant Line, at Dury on September 1 and 2, 1918. Continue reading