Some of Sussex’s best known personalities have revealed in the magazine what they most love about the county. Here, we compile their stories, favourite restaurants, pubs, shops, views and places to visit
For her next children’s book series, bestselling How to Train Your Dragon author Cressida Cowell has drawn on her childhood memories of Sussex. She told Jenny Mark-Bell that there’s magic in our landscapes
She has been acting professionally for almost 20 years but Ophelia Lovibond’s role in The Stepmother is only her third stage credit. She tells Jenny Mark-Bell why the theatre offers a measure of control that film and television don’t
Sport and dance helped Sir Rod Aldridge overcome early academic disappointment – and now his foundation has turned his former Portslade school around. Duncan Hall finds out how he wants to use both to help the city’s young people
Brighton-based comic artist Joe Decie takes the everyday minutiae of family life as his subject. His first long-form work, Collecting Sticks, details the trials and tribulations of a family glamping trip. He tells Jenny Mark-Bell about his process
Do you have a few hours to spare each week? Or perhaps you’re hoping to revitalise your CV for a change in career? There are a number of local charities doing great work in our communities who need your help. Jenny Mark-Bell and Duncan Hall take a look at just a few...