A Quaker Burial Ground beneath our floors was the last thing we expected to discover yet
18 skeletons were revealed and carefully excavated then given to the local Quaker community.
Archaeology South East spoke to us about some surprising details of the lives of the usually modest Quaker community.
During WW1 The Royal Pavilion Estate was used as a hospital for wounded soldiers. Once the walls of the Corn Exchange were uncovered the team discovered a trove of items hidden in the walls, from matchboxes, newspapers, cigarette packets and bottles to drafts of letters.
Here Dr Michael Shapland discusses the findings in detail: