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Sarah Foster and the Uppark dolls house - Photo by National Trust

Sussex National Trust employees discuss their unusual occupations

From Medieval archery to jelly mould conservation - here, two National Trust employees discuss their unusual line of work

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Take Sussex walk around West Dean near Chichester this Easter

On this month’s walk, Hazel Sillver enjoys the pine woods and wild daffodils of West Dean

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Events and things to do in Horsham this Easter

There is a mediterranean flavour, a bike theme, arts and crafts and entertainment galore in the market town this month, discovers Alice Cooke

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Ben Macauley is a paramedic for the Kent, Surrey and Sussex Air Ambulance

Leading industry experts share their career advice for local pupils

In the latest of our special series on careers advice, here we talk to four more leading industry experts – this time from the RHS, the region’s air ambulance, M&S and a well-known hotel – to find out what pupils can be doing now to get ahead

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Ciaran Jeremiah, keyboard player from The Feeling on his Sussex roots

BRIT award-nominated band The Feeling hail from London and Horsham. Here, Alice Cooke talks to keyboard player Ciaran Jeremiah about his Sussex roots

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Dick Knight

Brighton and Hove Albion’s Knight in shining armour

Dick Knight, the former chairman of Brighton and Hove Albion, rescued the football club against all the odds, taking it to the Championship and even securing a multi-million pound stadium at Falmer. But he has made plenty of enemies along the way, as Adam Trimingham reveals

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Alison Macleod - credit Kate Macleod

How Alison Macleod’s novel ‘Unexploded’ was inspired by the Brighton Pavilion

Alison Macleod is Professor of Contemporary Fiction at Chichester University. Her third novel, Unexploded, was longlisted for the Man Booker Prize in 2013. Here, fellow Sussex author Suzanne Joinson finds out how the novel was inspired by the fantastic nature of Brighton Pavilion

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