Local businesses and producers in East Sussex

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Made in East Sussex

Your guide to finding great local food, drink, craft and unique products across the county. Use our East Sussex product directory to discover more about locally made products, food and drink in the local area.

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Support local businesses and producers in East Sussex

Discovering the unique flavors and crafts of East Sussex is a great way to learn more about the culture and traditions of the region.

East Sussex is home to the seaside resort town of Brighton and Hove and is becoming the heart of England wine industry. The county, sometimes referred to as 1066 Country, is full of historical landmarks, is also famous for the giving the world Banoffee pie!

Banoffee pie was first created in 1972 in East Sussex.

More About East Sussex

Kent County Day is celebrated on May 26th

East Sussex is one of the counties of South East England.  Products listed in this local directory cover the districts of East Sussex which include Lewes, Wealden, and Rother, Eastbourne and Hastings.

The county flower of Sussex is the Round-headed rampion (Phyteuma orbiculare Native)

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4 GREAT PLACES TO SHOP IN EAST SUSSEX

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North Laine

North Laine in Brighton is full of independent shops and boutiques. You can find all sorts of unusual items along with some great bargains.

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Rye Pottery

Traditional craftsmanship in Rye. Making lovely, unique hand-made homeware & decorative hand-painted ceramics since 1869.

02.

Jump the Gun

Iconic shop in Brighton which has been making and selling early 60s menswear for over 20 years.

04.

Needlemakers Lewes

Find quirky hand-made products and collectables, gifts, hand-made jewellery, fairtrade goods and specialist foods.


FARMSHOPS

Find your local farm shop – Support local business and producers and have freshly seasonal produce delivered to your door

Why Buy Local

Buying directly and eating seasonal produce,  is a great way to support local business. In addition to enjoying the best local and regional foods. From fresh artisan bread, locally reared meat, seasonal vegetables, cheese, to English wine and craft spirits.

Fresh Seasonal Local Produce

To buy the best local and seasonal produce visit your local farm shop, independent retailers, farmers’ markets or local farm. Many farm shops offer home delivery services as well.

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