Q 2. Are there any opportunities for a late food stall/entertainment/bands?
- Absolutely! Volunteers are the heart and soul of our festival. Without the help and dedication from them and the community we would not be able to host a successful festival. e-mail us: enquiries [at] lindfieldartsfestival [dot] com
Q 3. Will there be designated parking areas on the day?
- Please email us with your offering. You can to stay updated on applications for 2019 by checking the website or contacting enquiries [at] lindfieldartsfestival [dot] com
Q 4. What is the main initiative behind the Lindfield Arts Festival concept?
- We strongly encourage you to use public transport to prevent congestion around the area on Festival day. The High Street will be closed; however there are car parks in The Wilderness, off Compton Road and in Denmans Lane. The Common also has public car parking available beside both the Bowling Green and Tennis Courts.
- The Lindfield Arts Festival was conceived as a platform to showcase local talent, arts, drama and music. It is a canvas for the community to have a voice and for ideas, concepts and creativity to be shared with everybody in the area. A playground for all businesses, sponsors, local artists and the community to come to join in the fun!
Q 6. Where are the toilets located?
- The Lindfield Arts Festival is generally a completely free community event*, which we have our sponsors to thank for! We strive to keep the Festival open to all members of the public to enjoy as part of the local culture! However, there are restrictions on capacity to some events which means you need to register in advance to attend to avoid disappointment. There a couple of evening events and workshops that require a fee. Register and pay for your tickets online or at the Box Office, Kell & Collins, 6 Denmans Lane, RH16 2LB in advance of the event. Numbers may be restricted on some events. Check the website.
Q 7 . Will the Festival programmes be available in advance?
- Public toilets, including disabled facilities are situated in Denmans Lane, behind the Co-op Supermarket. Most event venues will also have amenities.
- Yes. Printed copies will be distributed throughout the High Street in businesses leading up to Festival day, on the festival day itself around the festival site, and The Lindfield Arts Festival information stall will have programme copies as well. These will be available to pick up very soon! The programme will also be available on the wesbsite,
Q 9. Is it possible to access an ATM during the Festival and where will it be located?
- Please contact enquiries [at] lindfieldartsfestival [dot] com for more information. However, participation in many of the workshops including the circus performances and activities are suitable for people with learning difficulties, low skill levels and physical challenges. There is a disabled toilet in Denmans Lane. The majority of the venues are wheelchair accessible.
Q 10. Are there any BYO areas?
- Unfortunately Lindfield does not have a public ATM accessible to the street. However the Post Office is open all day and has the facility to withdraw money. The Co-op also has an ATM in the foyer.
Q 11. Where’s good to eat and drink in Lindfield?
- No. Lindfield Arts Festival or Lindfield High Street are NOT licensed for any kind of public drinking and there are strict laws in place. On the spot fines may be issued by local Police.
Q 12. We are a young family, what do you have in store for us?
- Lindfield has several pubs, cafés and restaurants that will be open on on Saturday 22nd September. If you specifically want a table at a certain time, it is recommended you book in advance. There will also be a number artisan food and drink stalls in the High Street, and the Community Table to sit at.
Q 13. Who are major sponsors of the Festival?
- There are a number of workshops for under 10s to join, as well as animated talks. Some of the performances will be engaging. The programme is specifically family friendly. The circus activities, graffiti workshops and creative workshops will be ideal for young families., especially the lantern making workshops. Also, look at the Common for the children’s marquee and workshops, the street theatre on the High Street, the literary workshops for children and the dance workshops for children in the URC.
Q 14. Where can I find more information or who do I contact about the Festival?
- Without the support of the local councils, grant funders, and sponsors, the Lindfield Arts Festival would not happen. We appreciate their generosity and assistance to bring everything together for a fun-filled weekend. Sponsor page
Q 15. Who is responsible for the organisation of The Lindfield Arts Festival?
- Any questions can be directed to enquiries [at] lindfieldartsfestival [dot] com Alternatively, our Facebook page is a great resource for information!
Q 16. Is the Lindfield Art Festival family friendly event?
- The Lindfield Arts Festival charity, 1150304 are the owners of the Festival. The Trustees and a volunteer committee organise the event. Have a look at the Meet The Team page.
Q 17. Do I have to pay for the Festival?
- Yes, absolutely. The event is aimed at children and adults to help families have a great day out.
Q 18. How long does the Festival last for?
- There are no entry fees. Most of the events at the Festival are free. Please look at the website for paid or donation required events.
Q 19. How do I get to the Festival?
- The festival starts on 16th Sept 2019, in the evening and ends on 22nd Sept 2019.
Q 20. Will there be food and drink available at the festival?
- Nearest train station is Haywards Heath. Buses and Taxis available to get in the village. We will publish alternative bus routes as soon as we are given the details.
Q 21. Emergency contact?
- Yes – There will be food and drink stalls plus food served at the local pubs, restaurants and cafes.
Q 22. Where do I find the schedule of all the events in the festival.
- There will be an Information Stall on the High Street with emergency contact details.
- This will be live on an Event page as soon as available.