Ninfield sits along a ridge above the Pevensey Marshes in East Sussex UK
The NLHG was formed in April 2012 to inform and document the history of the village. Our aims are to assist with research for our members and help with enquires from the public about life in Ninfield from the past to the present, and for future generations to use; but also to enable people to have fun with their history.
There were several prominent families in Ninfield, of which descendants still reside in the village.
Our monthly meetings are held on the third Thursday of ten months of the year. We arrange talks of interest and outings. The NLHG have held two successful exhibitions so far. We hope you find your visit to our web site useful and interesting.
Welcome to the
Ninfield Local History Group
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Please see the Publications page and use the contact us page to purchase.
Sir John Gage:
the rise of a Tudor Courtier by Helen Poole
the Methodist Hall
Take a look and listen
All Our Stories
If you have any old photos of Ninfield or people from Ninfield to share with the NLHG we would be glad to copy and return them within 24 hours.
Please note that from April 2017
the NLHG Newsletter will be published