One of Lindfield’s best loved buildings is getting a much needed facelift after serving the community for over a century.
The scout hut in Eastern Road has been at the heart of village life for 100 years and generations of families have passed through its doors.
Originally a World War II Canadian Army hut located at Paxhill, the hut was moved by villagers and has since been a base for the 1st Lindfield Scouts.
Repair work is now underway to ensure it can continue to serve the community as a scout headquarters well into the future.
The first phase of work, which cost around £8,000, has included painting the interior, installing new windows and a new wooden floor.
Read the full story on p.23 of May's magazine...