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RICHARD ESLING: Everything’s coming up rosés

By all accounts, summer’s officially here this week on June 21.

Opinion
Lemon and elderflower scones

DAVID WOODS: Summer scones can be made at the last minute

It will soon be National Cream Tea Day (Friday, June 29) and the most important element is the scone. David Woods, executive head chef of the Sofitel London Gatwick, has a refreshing twist on an old favourite.

Opinion
Alan Mullery

New restaurant at The Amex named after former manager Mullery

Brighton & Hove Albion will open a brand new hospitality restaurant - Mullery’s - at the Amex Stadium, named after former manager and current club ambassador Alan Mullery.

Football
Steven Spurrier MW and Eduardo Chadwick

RICHARD ESLING: Fine wine regions of the future

The term ‘fine wine’ is well established, referring to those wines that are a ‘cut above’ the more everyday type and perhaps also carrying a higher price tag.

Opinion
Lamb koftas and spicy chicken wings with yogurt dip

TONY STAPLES: A Father’s Day feast or the ideal footie finger food?

With Father’s Day and the World Cup all coming together, this man feast will tick both boxes, says Tony Staples, executive head chef at the Arora Hotel in Crawley.

Opinion
Swoon is coming to Sussex

Popular online furniture retailer to open pop-up store in Sussex

An online furniture shop will open its doors in Sussex for three weeks only with a new pop-up store.

Lifestyle

Review: Glorious refurbishment allows hotel’s history to shine

Running an hotel that is as expansive in size as it is in history is not without its challenges.

Whats on
Gatwick Airport celebrates official opening by the Queen 60 years ago today

Gatwick Airport celebrates official opening by the Queen 60 years ago today

Today (June 9) marks a significant milestone for London Gatwick, as the airport celebrates 60 years since it was officially opened in its current form.

News
The Arundel Wine Society supper at Nutbourne Vineyard

RICHARD ESLING: English wine-makers must be nutty

England is on the extreme edge of the climatic area of the Northern hemisphere, where wine grapes can be grown successfully.

Opinion
Inside the winery at Ridgeview Estate

RICHARD ESLING: Wine tourism comes to Sussex

For those of us fortunate enough to live in the beautiful, sunny counties of Sussex, it is impossible not to be impressed by the number of vineyards popping-up at what seems to be ever-increasing speed.

Opinion
Ockenden Manor

Sussex woos American tourists with stunning food and sparkling wine

The scene could not have been more quintessentially English.

Whats on
Lisa Mills (left) with her mother Sally (right)

Mother and daughter team up to tackle the South Korea Masters

A mother and daughter are embarking on a fundraising challenge which they hope will led to them competing in the 2019 World Aquatics Championships.

News

Reasons to be cheerful at Cuckfield Museum

The world can be a dark and scary place but, if you look hard enough, you can find plenty of things to make you smile.

Lifestyle

How police spot a drink driver - even before they’ve stopped your car

Police officers have issued a warning to drink and drug drivers who think they can get away with it: Don’t bother.

News
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UAE: a destination with something for everyone

Gary Fearon wanted to experience an alternative winter sun break so took his family to the United Arab Emirates.

Lifestyle

RHS Chelsea Flower Show – how to get tickets and which Sussex garden designers are exhibiting

RHS Chelsea Flower Show starts today and there are a number of garden designers and nurseries from Sussex involved this year.

Lifestyle
Delightful Doha

Delightful Doha

Rebecca Underwood visits Qatar, a nation undergoing a huge change ahead of the 2022 World Cup

Lifestyle
Train times are changing from Sunday: is your route affected?

Train times are changing from Sunday: is your route affected?

Rail commuters have been urged to check planned train timetable changes which will see more than four million trains rescheduled from Sunday 20 May onwards.

Lifestyle
The new and the old ' stainless steel versus terracotta

RICHARD ESLING: The wine world continues to change

There is an old French saying that goes: “Plus ca change, plus c’est la même chose.”

Whats on
Pet-friendly gardens

Seven Steps to create the ultimate pet-friendly garden

Pet owners are being advised of the small changes they can make to their garden space this year to keep their animals happy and their backyards spick-and-span.

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