Lewes History Group talk: The Pells of Lewes – Monday 14 September 2020, 7:20 for 7:30pm start

A Zoom Webinar

Ruth Thomson, Sarah Bayliss, John Webber: The Pells of Lewes: From wetlands to popular Victorian suburb

Following many months with no meetings during the pandemic, Lewes History Group is restarting its programme using the Zoom platform for talks from September onwards.

The 14 September talk will see the launch of the latest book in LHG’s Street Stories series: The Pells of Lewes: Pool, Park, People, Places’.

The Pells of Lewes - book coverGiven by Ruth Thomson, Sarah Bayliss and John Webber (three of the authors), the talk focuses on some aspects of book’s extensive content, including the natural history of the Pells, the development of the park, swimming pool and housing, and memories of Pells school.

This richly-illustrated, 160-page book will be on sale for £12.50 from 1 September 2020 via this website, and other outlets.



To access this talk, you need to register your intention some days in advance: Click to Register

There is no charge for this talk.

After registering and well before the talk, we will send you a confirmation email containing information about how to join the webinar itself.

Please join the webinar at 7:20pm.

We would recommend a computer screen or an iPad as a minimum screen-size for viewing our webinars.

Our presenters will be speaking live, and you can ask questions by typing in the Q&A box in Zoom.

See the Talks page for a list of  forthcoming monthly events organised by the Lewes History Group.