Ditchling is reopening! From Saturday 4th July, Ditchling will be opening the doors of it’s independents shops, cafes, pubs and places to stay.
We can’t wait to welcome back visitors from near and far to explore our beautiful village.
Details below of the plans to reopen whilst keeping everyone safe:
The Nutmeg Tree will be open from Saturday 4 July. For more information call 01273 842708.
The Green Welly Cafe will be open from 4 July. For more information call 01273 841010.
Currently, while the new, larger gallery is being finished, the basement is now open to single household groups of up to two people by appointment only Monday to Saturday 11am to 5pm. (Go down the steps next to the pharmacy and ring the bell whilst our new ground floor gallery is being completed)
Our Ridgeview shop has now opened it’s doors to visitors Monday to Saturday 11 – 4 for sales & collections. We are currently operating safely for visitors. Stay tuned for details later in the month as we plan to introduce limited tours and visits to the vineyard very soon.
We shall be open from Saturday 4th July and are delighted to be able to welcome guests again to our home in Ditchling. You can be sure that all precautions will be taken and everything will be thoroughly clean and safe for you (we have signed up to the Sawdays “Clean & Safe” Charter). We will be serving breakfast as normal (delivered on a tray to your door), but if you would prefer we can also offer our apartment on a self-catering basis. For up-to-date information please phone Shirley on 01273 841244.
Blackberry Wood will be open from 4 July.
“We have increased deep cleaning of all our facilities, hand sanitisers around the site, cleaning stations for guests, managed queuing systems at check-in and shower blocks and limited numbers allowed inside our on-site shop.
Our campsite has very low density anyway and pitches are well separated and most of them very large so it is easy to socially distance whilst on site. We believe camping to be one of the safest and healthiest activities you can do, especially during these times and we are looking forward to a busy season ahead.”
Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft is set to reopen on Thursday 16 July 2020, for a limited number of visitors who book in advance.
The museum, which tells the story of the artists and craftspeople who made Ditchling a creative hub in the 20th century, will initially welcome back visitors for four days a week with extensive safety measures in place to protect both staff and visitors.
Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft will open with new exhibition tillage by John Newling. The show, which was originally planned for an April opening, will feature works spanning the past 40 years of the artist’s career, alongside new works created during the UK lockdown. The exhibition, with its focus on the relationship between people, nature and place, feels particularly resonant in our current times.