Truleigh Hill Landscape Project

Truleigh Hill Landscape Project
A talk by Philip Paulo to Beeding & Bramber Local History Society at 7:45pm on Wednesday 6th March in the Village Hall, Upper Beeding. There is a hard-to-detect car park immediately opposite.

More PR than ‘local history’ but those residents of Edburton and Fulking who have a view of Truleigh Hill may be interested to learn when the antennae are coming down and when the unsightly cold war bunker-bungalow will be hidden by trees. Just kidding.

Truleigh Hill Radar Station

GEE Radar Receiver Set as used on Truleigh Hill
An illustrated talk by Roy Taylor, author of Shoreham’s Radar Station: The Story of RAF Truleigh Hill (2007) and the organizer of the Marlipins Museum exhibition on the same topic. Roy served there as a radar operator, using the receiver in the sketch above, during the final years of its operation in the late 1950s.

Sussex Military History Society, 7.30pm for 8.00pm start on Wednesday 18th May in the Function Room of the Royal Oak Public House, Station Street, Lewes. Admission for non-members is £3.00.