By now all our work which has been gathered over the last 4 years should, in theory, be complete. The task has been an enormous learning curve. Any material we have been unable to use will be safely kept.
The bundles of papers, pictures and maps are now on a memory stick, ready for editing. Modern imagery has confirmed that the boundaries and layout of the village have changed very little since Thomas Langdon produced his map for Charterhouse in 1617.
It is the stories of the people and events which have happened that have made this into a fascinating adventure.