Lindfield, near Haywards Heath, in West Sussex (south of London), England is a mediaeval village with a unique range of houses dating from about 1300, all lived-in and beautifully preserved. The population is about three thousand and we villagers share a strong community spirit which is intimately bound up with what we do at Harbeth.
Unusually for such a picturesque location, there is a small yet discrete business park on the edge of the village, bordering open fields, where you will find Harbeth. One of Lindfield's claims to fame is that in the year 1066, King Harold's archers made use of the yew trees of the village on their way to the Battle of Hastings. Nearly a thousand years later the tree is still thriving in what is now a wonderfully picturesque little village in the heart of Sussex.