There’s no need to be hungry or thirsty over the Festival weekend.
All the cafes and pubs are open as normal and many have activities to enjoy at the same time as taking refreshments.
We’ve also got some amazing and delicious tasting stations in the High Street. This is what you can expect.
The Snowdrop Inn has a programme of events in the lead up to the weekend.
Aquapax are once again providing all our visitors, volunteers, performers and exhibitors with water. Call by the Information Point and collect yours.
Enjoy what ever you choose to eat and drink and seat, smile and chat a while at the Community Table. A sponsored space to congregate whilst you admire the Classic Car Show and listen to the entertainment.
Tamasha is hosting the opening event on Monday 16th September and will be serving street food from the Courtyard on Saturday 21st.
The Limes will be serving other street food in the High Street along with Mialls Boozy Sorbets, Well Buff, and High Weald will all have prominent stalls.
The local Lindfield scouts and Lindfield WI are also prominent offering refreshments either on The Common or in the URC. On the Common you can also find a bar with DJ Greg entertaining you from 1-5pm.
At the Primary Academy, showcasing the art exhibition, will be the Lindfield Bonfire Society’s cafe on Saturday and Sunday.
On Sunday, the art cafe at Leesa Le May’s studio will be offering tea and cakes, and in the evening the Vinyl Capris will entertain you whilst you eat your Hog Roast at the Witch.
Of course our local cafes and restaurants will be open including Lindfield Coffeeworks, South Down Cellars, Somers, Field & Forest and the pubs The Bent Arms, Red lion, Stand Up Inn and the Witch are all open to welcome you.