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In Lewes this event not only marks the date of the uncovering of the Gunpowder Plot in , but also commemorates the memory of the seventeen Protestant martyrs burnt at the stake for their faith during the Marian Persecutions. The celebrations, which controversially involve burning an effigy of Pope Paul V , who was pope during the martyrdoms, are the largest and most famous bonfire night celebrations in the country.

A weekly food market in the Lewes Market Tower was established in July by Transition Town Lewes to allow traders to sell local produce. In September , Lewes launched its own currency, the Lewes Pound , in an effort to increase trade within the town. Like the similar local currency in Totnes , the initiative is part of the Transition Towns movement. The Lewes Pound and the Transition Towns movement have received criticism for a failure to address the needs of the wider Lewes population, especially lower socio-economic groups.

Many of the notes were sold on eBay at a higher amount. Early numbers and sequenced notes fetched very high prices from foreign collectors. Landmarks[ edit ] Lewes Castle The town is the location of several significant historic buildings, including Lewes Castle , the remains of Lewes Priory , Bull House the former home of Tom Paine , Southover Grange and public gardens, and a 16th century timber-framed Wealden hall house known as Anne of Cleves House because it was given to her as part of her divorce settlement from Henry VIII , though she never lived there.

Anne of Cleves House and the castle are owned and maintained by the Sussex Archaeological Society whose headquarters are in Lewes. The steep and cobbled Keere Street is home to many historic buildings, including a timber framed antiquarian bookshop.

The gardens of the buildings on the east side of the street border the old Town Walls. The Prince Regent once drove his carriage down the street, and a sign at the bottom commemorates this event. The Fifteenth Century Bookshop, on the corner of High Street and Keere Street The ancient street pattern survives extensively as do a high proportion of the medieval building plots and oak framed houses, albeit often masked with later facades. The 18th century frontages are notable and include several, like Bartholomew House at the Castle Gate, that are clad in mathematical tiles which mimic fine brick construction.

At the highest point of the old town the Portland stone and Coade stone facade of the Crown Court 12, by John Johnson , the brick Market Tower and florid Lewes War Memorial mark the historic centre, although trade has tended to concentrate on the lower land in modern times. The railway station is the other important monument of the industrial era. The house is now owned by East Sussex County Council , and it is currently being refurbished into a wedding venue, registry office and community facility.

The Grange gardens are divided by the Winterbourne stream and contain formal bedding displays, a wildflower area, a knot garden and some notable trees, including a large Magnolia grandiflora , a mulberry tree dating perhaps to the 17th century and a tulip tree planted by Queen Elizabeth II. The gardens are open to the public during daylight hours all year round. Keere Street Pelham House dates back to the 16th century and features architecture of all subsequent eras and a private landscaped garden facing the Downs.

It now serves as an independent hotel. The Shelleys, also now a hotel, is likewise of some antiquity with a private garden and family associations with Percy Shelley. The centre of Lewes is notable for a consistently high calibre of regional vernacular architecture and variety of historic construction materials and techniques. A comprehensive survey of all historical plaques was conducted in by a local civic society, the Friends of Lewes. William Rothenstein agreed to buy the lease but the scheme failed.

This made it famous in Britain for the first time. The Kiss was returned to the stables at Lewes House, where it remained until until offered to Lewes Town Council. Early in , The Kiss was wrapped in canvas and marked off with a guard rail. It returned on loan to Lewes in for the exhibition Rodin in Lewes. The Magnus Inscription, c. Transport[ edit ] Lewes railway station , looking east. South Downs in the distance Lewes, from its inception, has been an important transport hub.

The A27 trunk road taking traffic along the south coast between Eastbourne and Southampton passes to the south of the town. The bus station was closed for a while but reopened in late Lewes railway station was originally the junction for six routes. The town still enjoys hourly fast trains from London. The two erstwhile rural rail routes to the north, linking to East Grinstead and Uckfield respectively, are both now closed, but the East Coastway Line , connecting Brighton with Eastbourne and Hastings , and the branch to Seaford remain.

The Vanguard Way , a long-distance footpath from London to Newhaven, passes through countryside east of the town. A festival celebrating and encouraging walking and cycling, the Lewes Hike and Bike Festival, was created in

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