Places

Places

Above is a map – perhaps you’ve already located your dwelling place or those of friends.

The exciting thing about this map is that it’s on the way to being interactive (just like the real Sussex!)

Go here to give it a try! In this case, search results will draw on a huge and growing archive of Sussex folklife and lore – the where, who and when – plus current and live stuff from contributors.

To make this possible some very thorough work is being undertaken in the database department, where, it has been observed, Sussex Traditions is quite well resourced, humanly. Captain Steve (Mr Roud to you and me) knows a bit about folklore and has done this sort of thing before!

If you have knowledge of places in Sussex with links to folklife and lore, please be in touch.

info@sussextraditions.org