English Heritage: Disability in Time and Place reveals how disabled peoples’ lives are integral to the heritage all around us. From leper chapels built in the 1100s to protests about accessibility in the 1980s, the built environment is inextricably linked to the stories of disabled people, hidden and well-known. This section serves as an invitation to those interested in disability or social history to explore what the historic environment has to offer. All the content has been translated into British Sign Language. You can also find out more information about buildings highlighted in these pages, some of which are open to the public.
General sites on Learning Disability
Local History in South West London
Hampton Wick History
Creates books, publishes a website and supports local activities all aimed at promoting the understanding and enjoyment of the fascinating history of this little corner of south-west London.
Organisations with records on Normansfield
Organisation with records on Earlswood and Pullen