The Cube Gallery at The South Downs Heritage Centre is located on the stunning glass mezzanine level, overlooking the museum and craft studios below. Based in a Sussex-style barn forming part of the South Downs Nurseries complex, The Gallery is host to seven independent artists and provides easy disabled access, free parking and is open every day throughout the AOH festival from 5th – 28th May. The Barn Restaurant and Coffee Shop is located next door and is open every day to provide visitors with refreshments.
Martin Nee Resin art
Tom Cotcher Acrylic paintings
Lynne Davies Acrylic paintings
Debbie Zoutewelle Oil paintings
Claire McCartney Sculpture
Daniel Griffiths Metal sculpture
Chris Raper Ceramics
South Downs Heritage Centre
South Downs Nurseries
Directions: By car from the North:
From the A23, take the turning signposted Hassocks and turn right at the bottom of the slip road. Continue to the end of this road and turn left onto the A273. Continue on this road for 2 miles. You will pass the natural burial ground on your right. Continue for 650 metres and the entrance to South Downs Nurseries is on the right.
By car from the South:
Exit the A23 at the first junction signposted Hassocks onto the A273. Continue on this road for 2 miles. You will pass the natural burial ground on your right. Continue for 650 metres and the entrance to South Downs Nurseries is on the right.
Hassocks Station is on the main London to Brighton railway line and is only a 12 minute walk away. Brighton is a 12 minute train ride away and London is just over an hour away.
From the ticket office side of the station, walk down the hill to meet the main road. Continue walking along this road in the same direction until you reach a crossroads with traffic lights. Turn left and walk for a few minutes until you reach South Downs Nurseries on your left.