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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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Community groups and good causes across Brighton and Hove are being invited to bid for grants to put Pride in our city

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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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Andy Strange took his passion project full-time last November. His company Trimspeed updates classic campervans as well as converting commercial vehicles, as he explained to Jenny Mark-Bell

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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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Elderly people are often unable to have pets, at the very time companionship is most needed. So PAT dog visits can be keenly anticipated and have profound results, as Jenny Mark-Bell discovers on a visit to Heather View Care Home in Crowborough

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Their art is famously controversial and they have a reputation for prickly behaviour. As the Chapman Brothers launch a new exhibition at Cass Scupture Foundation, Caiti Grove finds Jake Chapman predictably unpredictable

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Billingshurst author Juliet West follows her well-received first novel with an epic story of star-crossed lovers - and fascists marching in Sussex. Jenny Mark-Bell finds out more

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