Supporting Partners, private collectors, researchers and local families

We would like to thank:

logosArchaeology South-East

Especially Archaeological Illustrator Justin Russell, who provided excellent training opportunities for our volunteers and students, offered his expertise on our research and produced professional reports on our archaeological finds.
Visit their website: www.ucl.ac.uk/archaeologyse

The Friends of Shoreham Fort

In particular Gary Baines and Sharon Penfold who provided a great hands-on living history experience for the Worthing College students, offered their knowledge to add to our research and supported the delivery of an excellent hands-on experience for the local Sea Scouts at Trench Day.
Visit their website: www.shorehamfort.co.uk

The Queen Alexandra Hospital Home

In particular Jackie Bulmer for her support in organising interviews for the students with volunteers and patients at the Home.
Visit their website: www.qahh.org.uk

The West Sussex County Council Library Service

For access to their fantastic newspaper archives and in particular Martin Hayes and his staff for supporting our research volunteers.
Visit their websites: www.westsussex.gov.uk/leisure-recreation-and-community/history-and-heritage/local-studies-in-libraries/
and www.westsussex.gov.uk/learning/learning_resources/great_war_west_sussex_1914-18.aspx

Sussex Archaeological Society

Especially Archaeologist Luke Barber who provided training opportunities for our volunteers and students and Emma O’Connor who offered access to Marlipins’ excellent historical collections.
Visit their website: www.sussexpast.co.uk 

The Keep Archive Centre

For provision of great training and research opportunities to our students and volunteers.
Visit their website: www.thekeep.info

National Art and Decorative Fine Arts Society

In particular Marion Ramble for her work creating the boxing dummy which featured prominently in our touring exhibition.
Visit their website: www.sussex.nadfas.net

The Oral History Society

Especially expert Roger Kitchen for his training and expertise.
Visit their website: www.ohs.org.uk

Private collectors, researchers and local families

Graham Booth, Brian Drury, Neil Deville, Henry Finch, Nick and Patricia Gardner, Drina Green, Hilary Greenwood, David Hilton, Peter Ibbitson, Keith and Green Family, Brian McLuskie and Rosemary Pearson for their time and for sharing their stories with us.

Oral history interviewees

Brian Coward, Ryan Caslake, Neil Hall, Dixie Dean, Ted Bullen, Michael Donin and Russell Suthern for their time and for sharing their stories with us.