Lindfield Life | The community magazine for the village of Lindfield

Lindfield Life is a FREE monthly magazine, with a print run of 4,900, hand-delivered throughout the village. Its vision is simple: it’s village talk for the village, by the village. It’s a magazine that is published monthly, hitting the doorsteps/local shops in the preceding month.

With the full backing of Lindfield and Rural Parish Councils, Lindfield Preservation Society and the Lindfield Communications Forum - Lindfield Life is getting the village talking.

It is packed full of great content - written by you! Get involved here. Please talk to us about how you can reserve space for your business in future editions - click here for info.  

Book for the forthcoming issues now. January's magazine is out now and the February issue will be out at the end of January. Closing copy date for the next issue of Lindfield Life magazine is  9th January 2018. You can also book space and articles in future months, so do get in touch.

We have been advertising with Lindfield Life for a number of years now. These publications attracted us because they were focused, so we were able to accurately target our spend, they maintain a good balance between advertising and editorial content and they have been able to maintain a personal contact with us. I totally recommend this publication!
— Peter Bird, Norto5 Kidz

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I wanted to say a huge thank you, for putting in my plea for Poppy Collectors this month. So far, as a result of the article, I have gained three new collectors, which is brilliant. Thank you Lindfield Life.
— Pauline

Lindfield, West Sussex, United Kingdom


Coordinates: 51°00′49″N 0°05′00″W / 51.0135°N 0.0833°W / 51.0135; -0.0833

Lindfield is a village and civil parish in the Mid Sussex District of West Sussex, England. The parish lies to the north-east of Haywards Heath, of which the village is a part of the built-up area. It stands on the upper reaches of the River Ouse. The name 'Lindfield' means 'open land with lime trees.'

The parish Church, All Saints, stands at the top of the High Street and its history goes back to 1098. One of the oldest houses in the village is Church House, formerly known as The Tiger, and still referred to as "The Tiger" by Lindfield residents.