Chris has been lecturing on, and writing books and articles about Sussex history since 1987. For nine years he ran Sussex history courses through the Centre for Continuing Education at the University of Sussex. He also worked as an adult education manager both in Devon and in West Sussex.
Chris has a BA (Hons) in British Studies from the University of Brighton, and an MA in Life History from the University of Sussex. He is a fully qualified adult education teacher with a part 1 and 2 City and Guilds ‘7307’ qualification.
During the 1990s, Chris ran a hugely popular annual summer programme of guided walks across Sussex.
Since 1999 he has
conducted over 100 oral history interviews with people living across
Sussex, recording the details of their lives and the great changes
they witnessed. Those interviewed were aged between 60 and 104 at
background in media and theatre, Ann Feloy has been instrumental in
creating documentaries including 'Old Worthing Village - Then and
Now' and writing and directing Worthing's very own Community Play.
'The Just Cause - Victorian Romance and a Rollicking Good Riot'
which took place at Christ Church in June 2014 and involved a cast
of 200 of all ages. It was watched by more than 1,500 over three
performances. A seafront promenade, a Victorian street fayre and a
grand tea party also took place as part of the Heritage Lottery Fund
Ann, Chris and Emily - Emily and the Hares
History People UK has managed a variety of different HLF (Heritage
Lottery Fund) projects. We have expertise and experience in writing
funding applications and are always looking for new projects to
promote and manage. (See Heritage HLF Projects)