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The changing Sussex countryside

David Johnston celebrates his enduring love of the changing Sussex countryside with his new book A Sussex Wayfarer’s Nature Notes.

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Clothes, tech and dentures - some of the items lost at UK airports

Lost clothes and glasses mingle with more unusual items in the lost property boxes at the UK’s airports.

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Top from Zara

What to wear this Christmas

With the festive season upon us Charlotte Pearson gets advice on how to get through in style.

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Teenager reveals how basketball changed his life

Charlotte Pearson talks to a Brighton teenager about how basketball changed his life.

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Emmy the Great talks about returning to Sussex

Singer Emmy the Great talks to Charlotte Pearson about heading home to Sussex for her latest tour and connecting with her fans.

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Winter Fair comes to Ardingly

Offering festive fun for all the family, the South of England Event Centre will open its doors to the magical Winter Fair.

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Ashdown Park Hotel

REVIEW: Victorian magnificence and service at Ashdown Park worthy of Downton itself

In a recent interview, the world’s leading trainer of Rolls-Royce chauffeurs Andi McCann said you should never underestimate the importance of the first few seconds at the start of a journey nor the closing moments.

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The Sergison Arms

Review: The Sergison Arms, Haywards Heath

The historic Sergison Arms has been through some tough times in recent years.

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Tinct shoppers

Bags to add to your Christmas wishlist

Forget IT bags when it comes to stylish arm candy because Charlotte Pearson has found the answer down in Chichester.

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Sussex chef fights for his future on TV cooking show

A Brighton chef has cooked his way through the quarterfinals of Masterchef and into the knockout round of the BBC show.

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Basil Dick (back row on the left, wearing a false beard) with ship mates in Burma

'My bit in Spike Milligan’s part in Hitler’s downfall'

“August 1942, waiting to board the ship. It was a drab England. The Blitz had come and gone but we still observed the blackout.

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Wines from the New Zealand Family of XII

RICHARD ESLING: Family of 12 adopted by wine society

Much as the members of Arundel Wine Society support many of the local charities, this event was nothing to do with social services, but about a family of wine companies.

Opinion
Lindfield Village Fair 1988

Dodgy weather fails to stop village fair in the summer of '88.

The people of Lindfield are a hardy bunch, so a spot of dodgy weather was not going to stop them enjoying the village fair in 1988.

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Contactless cash withdrawals are being introduced across the UK

Get cash out with your phone: Bank launches contactless cash machines

Barclays is rolling out contactless cash withdrawals across the UK, becoming the first British bank to allow customers to withdraw money without inserting their bank cards.

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The Willis Museum

REVIEW: Town reawakens its cultural heritage

Alice Sara Ott is not merely a celebrated classical pianist.

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Top dining at the Tinwood Estate

REVIEW: Chichester vineyard brings a sparkle to pop-up restaurant

It’s hard to believe that one of the pre-eminent English vineyards located in the heart of Sussex was growing iceberg lettuces a couple of decades ago.

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Photo-punk: 40 images from the birth of punk

Charlotte Pearson talks to a Brighton photographer about his latest exhibition.

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Nizam

Review: Nizam, Haywards Heath

Nizam has been in South Road, Haywards Heath, for 40 years.

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Franck Putelat at work in his kitchens

RICHARD ESLING: Chef Franck Putelat favours wines from Languedoc

One of the most iconic fortified cities in South-west France is Carcassonne, located 60 miles south-west of Toulouse and about 50 miles inland from the Mediterranean.

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Melting Centre Loaf

TONY STAPLES: Try a variety of fillings in this homemade bread with a twist

Making your own bread is very fulfilling – and even better when you give your loaf a surprise centre of warm cheese and spicy meats, says Tony Staples, executive head chef at The Arora Hotel in Crawley.

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