The Toll House re-opens

Shoppers and residents in Lindfield have welcomed the re-opening of the Toll House Gallery and Café in the
High Street.

The new Toll House Gallery showcases the work of Sussex artists and craftspeople, while the popular café will be serving delicious locally produced food as well as award winning coffee from World Coffees, roasted just across the High Street at Lindfield’s Old Forge.

Alongside  unique local artwork, the Gallery will be running a regular programme of events and workshops designed to promote the work of Sussex’s creative industries.  Local artists already exhibiting in the Gallery include Leesa Le May, Debbie Smith and Judith Fisher.  

Jackie McGahan, proprietor of the Toll House Gallery and Café, commented: “We are very excited to be bringing an entirely new concept like this to Lindfield’s historic High Street.  We think that customers will love the opportunity to interact directly with artists and craftspeople, especially in the amazing surroundings of a unique 16th century, Grade II listed building. 

“The village community and visitors will also welcome the re-opening of the café, which will give them the chance to enjoy delicious locally produced food and drink in a relaxed and creative environment.”

The Toll House is open Monday - Friday 9am to 5pm and on Saturdays 10am to 5pm.