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    Posted by Tim Bell on 31/01/2014

    This place, is a hidden Jewel. I just love it, this is something very special, even more so in the Chambers above the Museum! Well done ladies for keeping this open! This heritage needs protecting and looking after with all the lavish one can give.


    Posted by Peter Howard on 14/10/2013   Email

    Former swampy now living in W.Sussex. Can remember the machine gun on display on shelf over stairs going up to library on first floor -door to right was library and door to left was council chambers. Mr Mainwaring of Jubilee Crescent was town sergeant in 50's


    Posted by David Holden on 13/07/2012   Email

    An interesting web site. Will be back here again.