The Team LAF 2015 will be dressing the village High Street. Bunting, signage and posters will be appearing down the High Street.

The Butcher, King Edward Hall and the Junction all have the big banners advertising the Lindfield Arts Festival.

Preparations are all in hand for Saturday and Sunday's festivities. Not forgetting the Comedy Night in the Bent Arms on Friday night.

Come along and see us. Your Arts, Your Village and we need you.

top endTeam LAF 2015 are getting very excited.  There are only a couple more days to go before the sixth [yes Sixth] Lindfield Arts Festival kicks off.

Each year has had a different theme and focus and this year proves no exception. The High Street will feature prominently on Saturday as a backdrop to local performers.  Listen out for the church bell peals to open the Festival.

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Sandy Wickham-Eade

We're starting off with the Comedy Night and after a good night's rest will prepare Lindfield High Street for its traffic free day of fun and frolics.  The Plays will be one of the main features but don't forget the workshops happening around the Village and the activities, performances and art and craft displays.

Sunday has the Barefoot Players in the Lindfield Primary School performing their 'Little Women' whilst there will be a band playing in the Stand Up to round the Festival off.

Sue PearsonSaturday and Sunday in the King Edward Hall have a wonderful exhibition of Arts and Crafts.  Surely there'll be something for everyone and it's not too early to shop for Christmas is it?

Lots for everyone to see and do - join us. 


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Free artistic Wine Tasting!

Saturday 19th September from 12pm-5pm

Pop in and try some delicious wines from award winning wine merchant South Downs Cellars.

This is something that you won't want to miss.  The chance to taste some artistic wines.  Well, to discover what artistic wines means will be a good thing and then to swirl, sip and savour.

See you there.

South Downs Cellars opened its doors for the first time in August 2003.  Our motivation was borne out of a desire to be able to buy quality wines at all price points that were not mass-produced, or available on the majority of the multiple off-licence retailers that dominated the scene at that time.  Run only by quality, knowledgeable staff, we have built our business over the years, and now have two shops and a thriving wholesale business.  Despite the significant growth in the business, we have stuck to our original principles of only selling high quality wines from the smaller, family-owned vineyards around the world, and are now shipping direct from over 15 different small, privately owned vineyards around Europe.

Direct Merchant of the Year shortlisted