Storrington Local History Group

Storrington, West Sussex – email storringtonlhg@outlook.com

Storrington’s Surrounding Villages

As part of the 2014 project, additional research was carried out on the war memorials of the villages that surround Storrington: Amberley, Ashington, Bury, Greatham, Parham, Sullington, Thakeham, Washington and West Chiltington.

Books are on display at Storrington Library.

Remembrance Books were created from the research and presented to the local parishes. Here are some of the presentations:

The book of Remembrance was presented at Amberley to Michael 
Davey, Churchwarden after the morning service.  Several parishioners were 
still around after the service and listened with interest to the 
explanation of what we have been doing and why.
On Friday 13th July 2018 the Book of Remembrance of the Casualties from 
Bury was presented to Father Peter Mallinson, Vicar of St John the 
Evangelist, Bury.  Some of the pupils at Bury Church of England Primary 
School will be studying the centenary of the end of the conflict next 
term and Thomas Moore, Head of Bury School,  brought two pupils along to 
the presentation.
We are please to have received from Buzzard Class, Bury CE Primary school, a copy of a book for the men who fell in WW2 from Bury.
On Monday 10th September the Book of Remembrance of the casualties on 
the Greatham Roll of Honour was presented to Robert Englehart and Diana 
van der Klugt, churchwardens.


On Thursday 19th July the Book of Remembrance for the casualties on the 
Parham Roll of Honour was presented to Valerie Myers, Churchwarden of St 
Peter’s Church.  A further Book was given to the Archivist at Parham House.
The Book of Remembrance for the casualties on the Sullington War 
Memorial presented to Jo Graves, Churchwarden on Wednesday 1st 
August. We have since heard of the sad news that Jo has recently passed away.
On Tuesday 17th July we presented the Book of Remembrance of the 
casualties on the Washington War Memorial to Helen Twine, Churchwarden 
of St Mary’s Church.
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