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Twineham Timber near Haywards Heath produces bespoke locally harvested wood products for local tradespeople and interior designers. Harry Maddock speaks to Gary Fisher

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Sir Ernest Shackleton undertook four expeditions to the Antarctic. He became a world-famous celebrity and mixed freely with kings, queens and public figure. But it was East Sussex that he called home, as his biographer

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Make this your first locally sourced Christmas. We choose our favourite gifts made by local artisans...

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As pantomime season approaches a select group of actors will be donning dresses and fixing their falsies to carry on a fine British theatrical tradition

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Clive Collins has been growing trees for Sussex Christmases for more than a quarter-century. He talks to Duncan Hall about his year

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Sussex charity the Starr Trust kicked off the festive season early this year with a fundraising evening held at the Hilton Brighton Metropole on 18 November

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He spends his days travelling the county fixing sewing machines, but Eastbourne’s Alex Askaroff has a sideline in stories, as he tells Duncan Hall

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Award-winning interior designer Clare Pascoe takes inspiration from classic 20th century designs and Nordic simplicity. Duncan Hall visits her at home

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Ad Feature: Memory tree at St Wilfrid’s Hospice

Wednesday, November 8, 2017

St Wilfrid’s Hospice supported Julie Crush and her husband, Mike, when he was an inpatient at the hospice last year.

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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

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From Bignor Park to the closing concert at the 70th Edinburgh International Festival, Ned Bigham’s music has gone on a long journey, as Duncan Hall discovers

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Twenty years ago, award-winning nature photographer Stephen Dalton bought a nine-acre wood in East Sussex which he lovingly transformed into a magical haven for wildlife and woodland flowers. As a stunning new book showcasing his woodland paradise is published, he tells Angela Wintle about the pioneering high-speed photographic techniques he uses to capture birds and insects in free flight

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Shoreham artist Kathryn Matthews

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Kathryn Matthews takes inspiration from the landscape – and the sea in particular. Now her art can be found in homes across the country, as she tells Duncan Hall

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Isabel Ashdown won fans with her evocative coming-of-age novels. Here she speaks to Jenny Mark-Bell about making her first foray into the psychological thriller genre

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Steven Edwards’ long-awaited debut restaurant etch is now open in Hove. Duncan Hall paid a visit

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With more than 50,000 children in foster care at the end of 2016 and a national shortfall of foster carers, local councils are desperate for new recruits. But what does the job actually entail? Jenny Mark-Bell spoke to local foster carers to find out

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We announce our 2017 winner of Sussex Life Hero at the Celebration of Sussex Life Awards

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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

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After winning a county hall art competition, Shirley Trevena spent the next 35 years following her artistic muse as she tells Duncan Hall

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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”

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