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AMS6786 Section of a map of land in Rodmell, 1829.  This is one of thousands of beautiful and fascinating maps in the holdings of East Sussex Record Office and was executed by one of its most skilled and prolific map makers, William Figg.  The word laine is the Sussex term for a large, unenclosed field.

AMS6786 Section of a map of land in Rodmell, 1829. This is one of thousands of beautiful and fascinating maps in the holdings of East Sussex Record Office and was executed by one of its most skilled and prolific map makers, William Figg. The word laine is the Sussex term for a large, unenclosed field.

There are several ways that you can keep in touch with us at The Keep. Use the form below, telephone, email or write to us for specific queries about using the collections, booking a visit and more.

By telephone

01273 482349


By email

thekeep@eastsussex.gov.uk


By post

The Keep,
Woollards Way,
Brighton,
BN1 9BP,
United Kingdom

Twitter

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Reading room

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Conference Rooms

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General contact

Please use our form for general messages. Please do not use this form to book a seat in the Reading Room or attempt to book items to view. Please register to be one of our Readers and then book a seat through our secure form.

Please do not use this form to book a seat in the Reading Room. Please register to become a Reader and then Book a Seat

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