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10 best winter gardens in Sussex

See some of the most beautiful winter gardens in Sussex. We’ve compiled a list of the best places to go.

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10 best places to see snowdrops in Sussex

Displays of snowdrops are beautiful this time of year. We’ve compiled a list of the best places in Sussex to see them.

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Top 20 tea rooms for Mother’s Day in Sussex

Treat your Mum to lunch this Mother’s Day. We’ve compiled a list of the best tearooms to go in Sussex.

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20 best pubs in Sussex to visit this winter

What could be nicer than a sleepy Sunday afternoon in one of our beautiful Sussex pubs? Here are some of our favourites...

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11 things to do this half term in Sussex

Don’t let rain stop play this February – get out and about and enjoy everything that Sussex has to offer

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Superhero themed abseil in Crawley

St Catherine’s Hospice is holding a unique 100ft Abseil at Superhero Headquarters, the Sandman Hotel, Tinsley Lane South, Crawley on Saturday 18 April 2015.

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Notable former Sussex pupils

Celebrities and other famous figures who went to school in Sussex

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The Lifeboat Demonstration held at Worthing on 22 August 1894, at which 'Mr Oscar Wilde was one of the occupants of a small rowing boat busily flitting about

Oscar Wilde’s family trip to Worthing in 1894 - extract from Antony Edmonds’ new book

During a family holiday in Worthing, Oscar Wilde wrote The Importance of Being Earnest, and spent most of his free time with Lord Alfred Douglas and three local teenage boys – while his wife, as Antony Edmonds explains in this abridged extract from his new book, was lonely and unhappy, and briefly fell in love with another man.

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