The Sussex Guild Shop & Gallery

The Sussex Guild Shop & Gallery is open 7 days a week from 10am – 5pm.

Address: The North Wing, Southover Grange, Southover Road, Lewes, East Sussex BN7 1TP

Telephone: 01273 479565

Mobile: 07925 827942

Email: ku.oc1397862964.dliu1397862964gxess1397862964useht1397862964@pohs1397862964dliug1397862964

Sussex Guild ShopThe designer makers of The Sussex Guild have a permanent Shop & Gallery in the lovely, historic county town of Lewes. A stunning range of original contemporary craft is on display and for sale including:

  • jewellery
  • furniture
  • printmaking
  • ceramics
  • metalwork
  • glassware
  • woodwork
  • textiles

Sussex Guild ShopGift Vouchers are available from £10 and upwards – please call in to purchase these, or, if you live away from Lewes, email the above link to obtain details. The Guild Shop also acts as a permanent information centre for all the Guild’s activities and events.

The Guild Shop & Gallery is open every day (except Christmas Day) from 10am – 5pm and has an attractive Event Room where a variety of workshops, exhibitions and talks are held throughout the year. Please see the Event Room page for full details and to access the Sussex Guild Event Calendar.

Lewes

Lewes is a most interesting town further enhanced by The Sussex Guild shop and gallery in Southover Grange, a splendid 17th century building beside the beautiful Grange Gardens. In the summer it is a delight to sit out under the old mulberry tree or savour the heady scent of the magnificent magnolia.

Adjacent to the gallery there is a very good refreshments kiosk which is open during the summer months, providing an excellent selection of sandwiches, drinks and delicious homemade cakes.

Lewes has long been a town associated with the arts. Perhaps the most well-known connection was with the Bloomsbury Group who were based a short distance outside the town at Charleston Farmhouse. The main players in the group were the innovative writer Virginia Woolf and the painters, Vanessa Bell and Duncan Grant.

Around them was a coterie of famous associates who were highly influential on the arts scene of the early 20th century, particularly Roger Fry who was one of the original champions of post-impressionist movements in this country.

Anne of Cleves House, a beautiful timber framed building dating back to the 15th century, is located very near to the Shop & Gallery. It has a lovely local history museum with many fine examples of traditional Sussex crafts – Wealden iron, Sussex pottery, some textiles and furniture and plenty more!

There is metered parking on the road and various public car parks are just a short walk away.