Enjoy the wonderful rural setting of the medieval Streat Place Barn, home to jeweller Jinks McGrath and woodworker Steve Turner, which is opening its big Barn doors to everyone on both May bank holiday weekends!
Jink’s jewellery is inspired by ancient cultures and moghul empires, while Steve’s pieces are eclectically shaped from local, fallen trees.
Our guest artists will be local painter Sasha Turnbull, local potter Gill Kay and knitwear designer Linda Dooley – all with beautiful, spring-time collections.
Suzy’s delicious, homemade cakes will be available to enjoy in the Barn
Nr. DitchlingBN6 8RU
Directions: From the crossroads in the centre of Ditchling village take the B2116/Lewes Road which will have the ‘Post Office’ to your left and ‘The Larder’ shop and then the Village Hall to your right. Travel apx. 1.5 miles until you pass through Westmeston with a church on a corner to your left. After a further apx 0.5 mile take the left turning (at the top of a slight hill) onto Streat Lane - as you turn into Streat Lane there should be a vineyard to your left and a house on the corner to the right.
Travel north up Streat Lane for about a 1.25 miles and take a sharp left-hand turn at the top of a little hill (which is covered in trees) by a red phone box and church gate. This is a track which takes you around the side of Streat Church and Streat Place Barn is then quickly found on the first turning right after the church. Parking is within the Barnyard behind the metal gate.