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The South of England Agricultural Society has announced that the president for its 50th anniversary year, HRH The Duchess of Cornwall, will visit the show on Thursday 8 June

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Pirate sculptures have popped up along the Sussex coastline to mark the launch of Pirates of the Caribbean: Salazar’s Revenge

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The next general election in the UK takes place on Thursday 8 June 2017. We’ve put together a handy Sussex guide to polling day including the candidates for each constituency

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Sussex children’s charity Rockinghorse has announced details of its 50th anniversary gala ball.

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From supporting homeless chefs to broadcasting his Latin mass online, the Archbishop of Selsey is not your average priest – as Russell Higham discovers

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As deputy editor of lads’ mag FHM, Ed Halliwell was working hard and playing harder. It was all great fun… until it wasn’t. Now a leading expert on mindfulness, Cuckfield-based Ed speaks to Jenny Mark-Bell

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Watching her father, the renowned actor Bob Hoskins, lose his memory while battling Parkinson’s drove Rosa Hoskins to write a loving memoir to preserve his memory. She tells Angela Wintle about their close but complex relationship and her idyllic childhood summers in Sussex

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Bestselling crime writer Peter James talks us through his gastronomic adventures and keeps us abreast of everything relating to his fictional detective, Roy Grace

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May Day 2017 festivities in Sussex

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

The old traditions of celebrating the fertility of spring are alive and well in Sussex. Hazel Sillver takes a look at the ancient festival of Beltane and the modern-day events that preserve it.

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Brighton-based Sharon Duggal’s debut novel The Handsworth Times tells of the disaffection, violence and unemployment behind the 1981 riots. It is this year’s City Read, and has been called “a book for our times”. Jenny Mark-Bell finds out why

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Sussex charities who need your help

Wednesday, April 12, 2017

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...

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The first reprint in nearly 80 years of The Sussex Alphabet by Eleanor Farjeon has revived interest in a writer who left an indelible mark on the Downs. Sue Scott investigates

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Nutbourne woman Julie Hill was 28 when she was paralysed from the waist down. A year later she was water skiing. Recently she received a British Citizen Award for her 25 years of voluntary work with spinal cord charity Back Up. She tells Jenny Mark-Bell that her work is all about building confidence

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Horsham fine artist Benjamin Smith draws on skills and techniques once abandoned by mainstream art schools. Duncan Hall finds out more

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Brighton children’s author Liz Pichon’s Tom Gates series is a publishing phenomenon – published in 43 languages, it has sold around four million copies worldwide. This year’s World Book Day illustrator tells Jenny Mark-Bell that Tom is set to become a star of the small screen

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Trotton-based singer/songwriter Jennifer Owens tells Duncan Hall how an online dating app led to an amazing first year on the music scene

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Emmett & White antique shop is packed with unusual items the titular owners love, and that principle extends to their Alfriston apartment too

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The winner of the inaugural Sussex Life Landscape Painter of the Year competition was selected from a shortlist of seven. Lewes’ Chalk Gallery in North Street is exhibiting six of the paintings including the winner from Monday 13 March to Sunday 23 April

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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.

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Every New Year begins with media roll-calls of celebrities who shuffled off their mortal coil during the previous 12 months.

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