Fathers Day Art Competition 2016

A fantastic effort  from all the schools in Lindfield! And a big thank you to  Maree McCusker for her time spent choosing the winners!

Read more about it here . . .

Mothers Day Art Competition 2016

Some amazing art and each entry a winner itself! Art will be displayed in Lindfield shops from the 19th April until Monday 9th May. Haave a walk through Lindfield to look at the portraits of local mums and support the wonderful local businesses!

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Lindfield Chamber of Commerce Festive Raffle competition 2015

A big thank you to everyone who entered and a big thank you to all the businesses in Lindfield who donated the fantastic prizes!


Lindfield Chamber of Commerce Father’s Day Children’s Art Competition 2015

What a fantastic response to our competition!

Click here to see the newsletter and pictures!

Dads in Lindfield! – Lindfield Chamber of Commerce Fathers Day Competition Newsletter



Lindfield Chamber of Commerce Mother’s Day Children’s Art Competition 2015

Once again our Annual Mother’s Day Art competition was a great success.

We would like to congratulate the prize winners, in particular, our first prize winner Evelyn from East Lindfield Pre-School who’s parents were so delighted they emailed the chamber the message displayed in bold italics below.

The chamber would like to acknowledge and publicly thank School’s in Lindfield for their efforts and participation.

We would also like to thank Lindfield Village Businesses for their generous donations and assistance throughout the competition.



High Level Objectives Workshops run by Jan Lewis from Sweet Violets Lindfield

The workshops have been a huge success, thanks to Jan for facilitating these!

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