Beeding and Bramber history brought to life for Horsham District Year of Culture

A Norman’s Tale in Bramber and Beeding guided audiences through various village venues and experiences, taking them on a journey into the past, following in the footsteps of the early inhabitants of both villages.

Wednesday, 1st May 2019, 2:30 pm
Updated Wednesday, 1st May 2019, 2:53 pm
King Charles II waiting to greet his subjects at St Mary's House in Bramber

Exciting live performances brought the history of Bramber and Upper Beeding to life. The event was organised by Steyning and District Community Partnership and performed on Saturday as part of the Horsham District Year of Culture. Click here for the full story: Fantastic performances bring Bramber and Beeding history to life

One of the groups walking up the hill at Bramber Castle
Knights sparring at Bramber Castle
William de Braose, the 1st Lord of Bramber, and his wife arguing
A wartime woman dancing with her Canadian soldier boyfriend at St Mary's House in Bramber
A beautiful hawk, waiting with his hand maiden at St Peter's Church in Upper Beeding
Sussex Falconry gave a live display of majestic birds of prey
King Charles II waiting to greet his subjects at St Mary's House in Bramber