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Lewes Conservation Area Advisory Group


Welcome to the Lewes CAAG website

Lewes, the county town of East Sussex, England and now the main gateway to the Eastern half of the South Downs National Park, is justly famous for its town centre, with so many fine, historic buildings and narrow winding twittens, all overlooked by a superb Norman Castle.

Greyfriars gate at All Saints The people of Lewes have been fighting to preserve their heritage for over 1000 years. Beginning with the Saxons, through the martyrdom of 15 Lewesians during the bloody reign of Queen Mary, the encouragement of Thomas Paine who went on to help write constitutions for France and the USA, to the ongoing struggle to preserve our town from unacceptable development.

Lewes CAAG has been founded to continue that tradition.

Please browse our site to find out what we do and how you can help us.




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