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
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
Dame Vera Lynn is celebrating her 100th birthday in style with a star-studded variety extravaganza at the London Palladium, a new album and a BBC documentary celebrating her remarkable wartime contribution. Angela Wintle takes up the story
Liberty Kelly had a glamorous career making costumes on film sets, dressing Daniel Craig and Cate Blanchett. It was a piece of leftover tweed given to her by director Tim Burton that led her to design her first poncho and, eventually, to her eponymous label as she tells Jenny Mark-Bell
Alison MacLeod saw her most recent novel Unexploded longlisted for the Man Booker Prize. Now she has brought out a collection of short stories, four of them set in Sussex. She tells Jenny Mark-Bell why every word of a short story has to carry “a pulse of energy”
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...
The Starr Trust was delighted with the success of its sixth annual Golf Day, held on March 15 at the Surrey Hills Golf Course in Albourne and which raised £3,370 to help young people that live within the BN postcode.