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Sussex History Symposium 2023

The Sussex Landscape Transformed: an overview

Saturday 14th October 2023


Kings Church Hall, Lewes


FREE parking for those attending the symposium is available at Sackville House, Brooks Close, Lewes, BN7 2FZ

There is also a limited amount of parking available at Kings Church on a first come first served basis

Next Courses and Events

Check back later to find out about our new courses and events for 2023

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About our courses and events

During the Covid pandemic and lockdown restrictions, we developed new online offerings to add to our previous ones, such as our popular annual Sussex Archaeology Symposium which remains the main county-wide event each year for the presentation and public discussion of recent archaeological research in Sussex. We have also decided to expand our remit to cover aspects of History, especially the Local History of Sussex and the South-East (hence our new expanded name of The Sussex School of Archaeology and History. Our reasons for such developments are firstly the widespread public appreciation of the likes of Zoom Online Technology, and the massive gaps in our region of the provision of local courses, events and conferences for those interested in archaeology and/or local history.


Our offerings in 2022 included:

The first Sussex History Symposium on Saturday 26th November 2022 at Kings Church, Lewes (10am-5pm)


The Sussex Archaeology Symposium 2022 on Saturday 19th March at Kings Church, Lewes (10am-5pm).

Online Courses: weekly 2-hour classes covering various aspects of archaeology and history

Online Courses: weekend Saturday day schools (10am-4pm)

Online Lectures  – ‘Meet the Experts’ – one hour lectures followed by opportunities to question and discuss with the speakers

For details of our autumn 2023 courses and events please see or email or join our Facebook site (Sussex School of Archaeology).

Dr David Rudling, FSA, MCIfA, Academic Director

The Sussex School of Archaeology and History



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