Bevendean Hospital was built on 10 acres of land adjacent to Bevendean Road starting in 1881. It finally closed in 1990 and most of the site is now occupied by houses.
Peter Grainge Remembers the Prefabs. As a child I spent most summer holidays there from the age of about five to about ten.
Information from Philip West.
Recollections of T H W Pelham Christmas 1913.
Clearing Explosives at Falmer after WW2.
Black Lamb taken to church.
Fourty men built their own houses in Ashurst Road between 1955 and 1957.
Artwork by Walter & Zoniel connecting Moulsecoomb & Bevendean with the Fabrica Gallery, Duke Street in July 2020.
Aerial photographs of Artwork and South Moulsecoomb have now been added to the web pages.
Colour photographs of the Stables at Stanmer House taken on 26 November 1984.
Geophysical Survey of Farm Green in Bevendean undertaken by the Brighton and Hove Archaeological Society in October 2019.
|A photograph of St Andrews Church in 1938 can now be found on the first page relating to St Andrews Church at Moulsecombe.|
Newspaper Articles relating to St Andrews Church and the Parish of Moulsecombe.
|Water pipe installed at Cambridgeshire Farm in 1943 to supply water to two animal water troughs.|
|War Time Cooking Depot in Avenue Moulsecombe, c1950 behind the motorcycle.|
Photograph from Lynda Duhigg.
|The ARP Shelter at Downs Junior School in Ditchling Road has been refurbished and is open to visitors on some weekends during the year.|
More Peoples Stories from World War 2.
Air Raid Precautions in Bevendean & Moulsecombe in World War 2.
Building St Andrews Church and Hall, plans and photographs from 1922 to 1958.
The Recipes can be found in the Farm section and the Original Press Release is now at the bottom of the news page.
The section Bevendean in the 21st century will contain information on Bevendean from the year 2000.
Beyond Bevendean now contains information on the Parish of Falmer since Bevendean was in the Parish of Falmer until 1931.
The Bevendean History Booklet was published in 2014
A copy of the booklet is available for a small donation from the LECCA Cafe in Leybourne Road, Lower Bevendean. http://leccacafe.co.uk
Alternatively you can use the contact form on the website.