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Stunning setting in the heart of the Algarve

Sol Buckner tests his game at one of the most impressive golfing venues in Europe.

Lifestyle
Kids get bored after just ten days of the summer holidays

Kids get bored after just ten days of the summer holidays

Parents beware - the average child will utter their first ‘I’m bored …’ just TEN DAYS into the summer holidays.

Offbeat
The Fish Finger sandwich

VIDEO: Revamp the Fish Finger sandwich at home with Ruth Langsford

Television presenter, Ruth Langsford is a busy working mum and knows how much pressure there is to put something tasty on the table that will be enjoyed by everyone.

Offbeat
Vineyards in Emilia Romagna

RICHARD ESLING: Could this be the new wave Italian wine for the UK?

There is a relatively new wine in Italy that is starting to make a bit of a name for itself.

Opinion
A trio of cocktails  Last Word, San Remo and  Le Ciel

DAVID WOODS: These attractive cocktails are sure to cause a stir

Whether you like them shaken or stirred, cocktails are on the menu this summer, says executive head chef David Woods, of the Sofitel London Gatwick Hotel.

Opinion
Would you like to take part in the next MasterChef?

Contestants wanted for BBC’s amateur MasterChef

The BBC is on the lookout for the next amateur MasterChef champion.

Offbeat
Taste of the chippy at home

VIDEO: Recreate the authentic taste of The Chippy at Home With Ruth Langsford

Television presenter, Ruth Langsford is a busy working mum and knows how much pressure there is to put something tasty on the table that will be enjoyed by everyone.

Offbeat
It’s time to Swoove it

It’s time to Swoove it

Charlotte Harding finds out the fitness benefits of combining singing and dancing.

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The National Allotment Society. Picture: Hester Blewit

Jobs to tackle on your allotment in July

The National Allotment Society shares its tips on what jobs you should prioritise this month.

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Dan Larouche, Chloe Thomson and Sarah Nurlumi get to know a snake

Plenty of snake, rattle and roll at village fayre in 1998

There was one rather unusual creature at Hassocks village fayre in 1998.

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The Garden Weekend at Parham House

Thousands flock to Parham House for Garden Weekend

Parham House and Gardens welcomed more than 4,000 visitors to its 24th annual Garden Weekend on Saturday and Sunday, July 8-9.

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RMV Productions at work

Horsham company on working with Ed Sheeran

Laura Cartledge learns what it takes to work with the best in the business.

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Justin Knock MW (centre) leading the California Masterclass

RICHARD ESLING: ‘Unexpected’ wines from California

What do you normally think of when you hear the words ‘Californian Wines’?

Opinion
Cuckfield resident Peter Lovett spotted the wolf spider yesterday morning (July 10)

PICTURES: Venomous wolf spider spotted by resident

This venomous wolf spider was spotted by a Sussex resident.

Offbeat
Over the Sussex coast

Taking a helicopter ride with the greats

Steve Payne flies alongside some amazing warbirds.

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A camel train

Head on an Arabian adventure

Rebecca Underwood sets off on an Arabian adventure.

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web standing-images. Traffic. SUS-150806-152644001

TRAFFIC: Railway trespassers and road traffic collisions impacting Sussex

Train users are advised today (Saturday) that ongoing industrial action may affect Southern and Gatwick Express services.

News
How to cook the perfect barbecue food

How to cook the perfect barbecue

Knowing the temperature difference between rare and well-done steak, the exact amount of time to cook your chicken and making sure you oil your food instead of the grill are some of the handy tips to help cook the perfect barbecue.

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Camping tour to France in August 1987

Those were the days for students at Warden Park

Here’s a selection of pupils during the best days of their lives, whether in class, on the track or out on a school trip, all captured on camera as memories to look back on.

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Lamb Curry with spiced potato croquetts and shallot bhajis

TONY STAPLES: Curry can be great for dinner parties

It’s the nation’s favourite food but have you ever seen it looking this posh? Executive head chef Tony Staples, of the Arora Hotel in Crawley, gives curry its best bib and tucker...

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