You may find the following links of interest:


East Sussex Archaeology and Museums Partnership (ESAMP)

ESAMP provides training and education services within the areas of archaeology, museums and environmental conservation.

English Heritage

English Heritage protects and promotes England’s historic environment and ensures that its past is researched and understood.

Hastings Area Archaeological Research Group (HAARG)

HAARG covers the area from Pevensey in the west, to Bodiam and the River Rother in the north and the Kent border to the east of Rye, actively researching and recording its past

Chris Butler Archaeological Services ltd

Chris Butler is the Archaeologist appointed to oversee the Conservation Project at the Old St Helen’s Church


Hastings Borough Council

Website for the local authority. Hastings Council will be taking over the responsibility for the Old St Helen’s Church in April 2013

Hastings Museum

The local Hastings Museum holding some of the old paintings and drawings of the Old St Helens Church

The ‘new’ St Helens Church

The new church on the Ridge

Rootschat Hastings

Local pages of genealogy website


English Companions

The English Companions promotes interest and research into the Anglo-Saxon era (AD 450-1100). A quarterly magazine, “Widowinde” is published and their website has ongoing information and discussions of interest.