Events take place in a marquee in the grounds of Charleston and last about an hour unless otherwise stated.
Run by City Books, the Charleston Festival bookshop stocks a wide range of related titles. Most events will be followed by a book signing session.
Open throughout the Festival and stocking a varied range of Bloomsbury-inspired books, ceramics, textiles, jewellery, prints and gift ideas.
For a quick snack, visit the Festival Bar will be serving drinks, sandwiches and cake. More substantial fayre can be found in the Charleston Barn Cafe as well as hot food options provided by external caterers.
There are designated disabled parking spaces. The marquee, bar and bookshop are accessible to wheelchair users though some surfaces may be slightly uneven. An induction loop is fitted in the marquee. For further information or assistance please call 01323 811626 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Shuttle Bus timetable will be available to download in March.
Charleston is halfway between Brighton and Eastbourne, only 6 miles east of Lewes, off the A27. Look out for signs along the A27. Car parking is in adjacent fields so practical footwear is recommended. As on-site parking is limited, please consider car sharing or using the minibus shuttle service.
Give yourself plenty of time: Access to Charleston is via a single lane farm road and traffic flow will be controlled at peak times. We recommend you arrive at least 30 minutes before each event.
Wednesday to Sunday from 12pm to 5pm, last entry 4pm. Book in advance online to avoid disappointment.
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