November 2017


LATEST ON THE TIMELINE : From Bridge Farm to Westham, the untold story of Pevensey School

Project comments


3 August 2014

1 August 2014
A very nice time at Pevensey yesterday with a decent sized audience…[congregation?] and it was good to come to your earlier meeting to see the enthusiasm and professionalism of the team; please send them my congratulations.
Dr. Geoffrey Mead
leading the lottery funded Pevensey Timeline project

1 August 2014
Thank you for inviting us to Geoffrey’s talk which was fascinating. The Timeline Association is certainly dealing with a rich canvas. I longed to see some of those maps as hard copy. What an interesting place Pevensey is, everything was so much more compact than I realised. I’d like to go back one day for a longer walk around. We enjoyed the museum too.
Selma Montford MBE, Honorary Secretary, Brighton Society

22 July 2014
This is the first I have seen or heard of Pevensey timeline and it sounds very interesting.
Ken Lampey

18 July 2014
I’ve just spoken to Barbara Molog who is the chair of the Stone Cross Windmill Trust and suggested she look at the excellent Timeline website.
Bill Tooley

1 July 2014
I’ve been reading all about the Pevensey Timeline and I think it’s a wonderful project.
Peter Roper