In the early 20th century, the Sussex village of Ditchling became home to great artistic practitioners, including printer Hilary Pepler, typographer Edward Johnston (who designed the London Underground typeface) and sculptor Eric Gill, who together formed a group of arts and crafts designers. Each Tuesday and Thursday, you can find out about them at the exceptionally-designed Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft, on Lodge Hill Lane, with a tour of their collections at 11am.
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