The history of Sun Street in Lewes will be revealed at a presentation by Lewes History group on Monday December 8.
Residents will find out what the area was used for originally, the origins of its architecture and personal stories of the inhabitants of the road from years gone by.
The old Police Station also has an intriguing past and there will be stories of the crimes and scandals reported in the press at the time.
It is still a work in progress, so there will be a plea for information from former and current residents who could help.
To bring the research to life, the team has put together a fascinating exhibition of their discoveries about Sun Street for people to view before and after the talk.
It is at King’s Church building, Brooks Road opposite the Homebase car park. Doors open at 7pm for 7.30pm. The history group has its AGM followed by the talk. £3 for non-members and members free.