If you’d like to visit us, you’ll find us on the Kingston Road, Lewes.
By foot or by bike!: If you are walking or riding a bike to get to the farm then take avantage of our great new cycle/footpath that now links Lewes with the village of Kingston.
Opened in September 2103 and built on land kindly donated by Tom Carr. You can pick it up at the Train station in Lewes by the small car park on Mountfield Rd and just follow it all the way to us! Perfect.
When coming on the A27: Take the A27 to the Ashcombe (Kingston) Roundabout & exit for Kingston village. This will be the first exit when coming from Eastbourne and the third exit when coming from Brighton. Drive through the village to the T-Junction (opposite The Lewes Garden Centre) & turn left, we are 500 yards further on the left.
When coming from Seaford, Newhaven: Come up the C7 (main road from Newhaven to Lewes) through Piddinghoe & Rodmell until you see The Lewes Garden Centre on the right, we are 500 yards further on the left
When coming from Uckfield: Take the A26 to Lewes, at the Culfail roundabout (the one with the concrete statue in the middle) take the first exit through the tunnel, at the next roundabout take the second exit towards Brighton. This is the A27. Follow the previous instructions when coming on the A27
When coming from Haywards Heath: Take the A275 towards Lewes through the villages of Cooksbridge & Offham. As you come into Lewes you come to a crossroads with a set of traffic lights (the prison is on your right hand side). Go straight over the traffic lights and you will come to a mini roundabout (the Swan PH is on your right) Take the second exit and then you are on the Kingston Rd. Our farm is on the right hand side about 1/2 a mile.
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Comming by bus?: The bus is a “request bus” service. There is a bus stop just outside the Farm when coming from Newhaven or going from the farm to Lewes.If gettimg dropped at the Farm the nearest bus stop is on the Kingston Road and leads onto the footpath that brings you out at the farm