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A short train ride from Sussex University, Lewes has a number of promary schools, a secondary school and college. See the latest Lewes area Ofsted reports HERE.
Lewes’ population stood at 17,000 at the 2011 You,Gov census.
Just off the A27 with fast routes to Brighton and Eastbourne, Lewes is a short drive to the M23 with access to Gatwick Airport and the M25. The train station is on the Brighton to London route and trains to London Victoria take 1 hour and 9 minutes. By car it is just 17 minutes to the coast.
Armishaws cover the surrounding area as well as Lewes removals, including;
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Completing your Lewes removals is just the start of life in your new home. To help get you started, here’s a rundown of the best Lewes has to offer;
Sitting beside the bridge on Lewes High Street, this excellent café serves locally sourced, freshly produced food and craft coffee.
If you’re marking a celebration or just marking the season, this independent shop is ever-changing whatever the time of year, making it the perfect place to browse.
With an exquisite range of cheese and fine foods, Cheese Please shines a spotlight on the best local producers and ethically produced food and drink.
Yes, we’ve already mentioned them on this page but it’s so good we had to name them twice. Harvey’s is simply the taste of Sussex.
The county town of East Sussex, Lewes is a historic settlement featuring a castle, a number of listed buildings and an excellent selection of independent shops and businesses. There is a strong art scene and a number of societies, most notably the five bonfire societies that are at the heart of the UK’s largest bonfire procession and celebrations.
Lewes is also the home of the county’s fire, rescue and police headquarters. A short hop from the coast the town is close to Glyndebourne and the theatres and nightlife of Brighton, Lewes is also a popular commuter town with direct links to London.
There are a number of societies in the town promoting and teaching art, photography, textiles and pottery. History buffs will find plenty to indulge their hobby with a number of historic sites, museums and more. If you enjoy independent shops, artisan food and local produce, you certainly won’t be disappointed.
Sitting close to the A27 offering fast routes to Brighton, Newhaven and Eastbourne, Lewes also gives excellent access to the M23 leading to the Gatwick Airport and London Victoria, taking 1 hour and 9 minutes to reach the capital by train.