Letter from Lewes

Until the construction of Basil Spence’s University of Sussex, Lewes – though picturesque – was a working class town more famous for its cement quarries and Phoenix iron works than its stunning topography, antique shops and Bill’s grocers and eatery. With the university came the middle classes. The cement quarries ...

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