A carefully dated set depicting cheerful uniformed men posing with civilian women in and around the town of Burgess Hill. I had assumed these are local Home Guard but it has been suggested to me that some of the insignia visible may belong to the 38th Welsh Infantry division, which served a territorial role in southern England during WW2, or maybe the Pioneer Corps. (Above) Relaxing in the hall of 'All Saints' United Reformed church (formerly the Congregational Church), Junction Road, Burgess Hill.
In St John's Park, Burgess Hill. 29th May 1941
26th January 1941
29th June 1941. On the steps of 'All Saints' United Reformed church, Junction Road, Burgess Hill. At that time known as the 'Congregational Church'.
26th January 1941. Pioneer corps cap badges?