B12 Bar and Kitchen
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After 3 months of closure due to Covid-19 it was great news when the governments announced that all restaurants, pubs and bars can re open from 4th July as long as social distancing measures and the correct risk assessments to ensure the safety of the team and customers are in place.

We have been working very hard behind the scenes to become Covid ready as well as upgrading the inside to make B12 even more stunning than it was before. Because of this we wont be able to open on the 4th July, Our planned date of re opening will be 31st July @ 5pm, if we are able to open before then we will so keep an eye on all our socials.

We have missed everyone and cant wait to be pouring those pints, mixing those cocktails and cooking the best food in Hailsham.

We thank you for your understanding with this.

Stay Safe

See you soon

Phone Number: 01323 351898
Callenders Resturant
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Now in our tenth year serving the finest Sussex produce. Breakfast, lunch and evening meals served daily from 9:30 am.

Relaxed casual dining, showcasing the best of locally sourced and grown produce. Enjoy a bottle of wine or a cold draught beer as you sample our menu of fantastic British food.

We use locally sourced fresh produce and ingredients. All menu items, including breads, desserts and pastries are made here.

A comprehensive menu and specials board make use of the best of local fresh fish and meats. A good vegetarian choice and gluten free options too.

Phone Number: 01323842400
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Hook and Son
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Father and son Phil and Steve Hook farm Longleys Farm organically. They have been in partnership together at Longleys Farm Hailsham since 1991.
Farming is in their blood, the Hook family have been farming in East Sussex for at least 250 years! We farm 180 acres just north of Hailsham, and on the very western edge of the Pevensey Levels Site of Special Scientific Interest (S.S.S.I.)

The organic methods of farming that we use work in harmony with maintaining and enhancing this important and wonderful local ecology. Our farm is teeming with a wide variety of flora and fauna. A recent RSPB species survey found 45 different species of native birds, including eight species whose status is category red (declined by more than 50% over the last 25 years), and nine species that have declined by 25-49% over the same period (category amber).

The farm is an all grass farm, most of which is permanent pasture on the land on the Pevensey Levels. On the upper western side of the farm, grass leys that are rich in red and white clover are grown. The cows graze all these fields once the ground is dry enough ‘to turn them out’ in the spring, until the ground becomes too wet in the autumn. The cows are then housed indoors for the winter. They are fed our homemade, organic grass silage in the winter that has been made from lush spring grass and clover. An organic mix of sunflower, linseed, pea, bean and molasses is also fed to the cows to supplement their grass diet.

We have also diversified into growing cricket bat willow (salix alba) to help sustain our farming business.

Phone Number: 01323 449494
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The Wealden Eye Magazine | November/December 2020 Issue
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