Four books produced to fully document the findings of the project, and to provide a more lasting memorial to the Parish’s contribution to the Great War effort, are now available for sale.“Service and Sacrifice” records the surviving details of the service of the men who served, and in some cases fell, in WW1, together with some background to the conflict and how to research it. (265pp)“Life On The Home Front” provides a narrative of life in Barns Green and Itchingfield for those who waited at home. (316pp)“From Itchingfield to Ismailia” is the memoire of Les Sprackling who moved from Somerset to Sussex as a child and spent the rest of his life here. His story documents his childhood and his involvement as a Private in the Royal Sussex Regiment in the Great War and his time in the Home Guard in WW2 (60pp)“For God ,School & Country - The Upcotts of Christ’s Hospital 1902-1919” tells the story of the Revd Arthur Upcott, headmaster of Christ’s Hospital school from its relocation in Sussex until the end of the Great War, and of his remarkable children John and Gwen.(145pp)Books may be purchased by downloading this order form and enclosing payment by cheque. For further information/queries please contact the project team via this “Contact” link.