Sussex Agricultural History

Threshing machine C19
A talk by Dr. Geoffrey Mead (University of Sussex) to Henfield History Group at 8:00pm on Tuesday 10th May in the Free Church Hall, Coopers Way, Henfield. The Sussex landscape is a complex linkage of natural features and processes — the geology and topography of the county. This has been adapted by man into a human landscape which is largely one of agricultural development. The talk will consider the regional and historical variation in Sussex agriculture.