• Lewes Twenty-one Pound note

    The LP21 is the least changed from our previous issue. It still features bonfire, which, after all, for many people personifies what is really special about our community. To help identify the new note we have added the words “Lest we forget”. We think that makes an even stronger image, readily identifiable as being part […]

  • Lewes Ten Pound Note

    The LP10 in its new purple livery is intended to celebrate the fact that Lewes is now in the South Downs National Park. For a second time we found ourselves drawn towards a map-based design, but then maps are a very important part of designating what a locality – its community and its local economy […]

  • Lewes Five Pound Note – creativity & fun

    The second LP5 brings together artwork from previous issues to reflect fun, creativity and local production in Lewes The Illustrators were Michael Munday and Adam Robertson-Charlton and we hope they like the ‘mash-up’ of their original work.

  • Lewes Five Pound Note

    LP5 We have two designs. One again reflects the Battle of Lewes and features the splendid logo created for the Battle of Lewes events by local artist Tom Walker. You will notice that is also has a special strap-line – The Battle of Lewes 15th May 1264 “Local power reclaimed” – which is also on the […]

  • Lewes One Pound Note

    LP1 For this we ran a school design competition asking for something that reflected the Battle of Lewes. We received a number of wonderful designs and in the end had to go for the one that best fitted into the overall layout of the note. The winner is Millie Long from Lewes Old Grammar School. […]

  • The Lewes Pound

    Many local shoppers still don’t know the range of goods that can now be bought with the Lewes Pound, nor the number of businesses that now trade in this currency. Here is a quick sample of photos and while many of these were taken from the monthly farmers market, there are many high street outlets […]