The launch exhibition by painter collage artist and printmaker Brenda Hartill to introduce the opening of a brand new gallery by PURE Arts Group. The first afternoon will be part of a whole day celebrating enlightened Sussex women.
Contemporary artist Frances Knight presents a solo exhibition of local seascapes as part of the Festival of Chichester. Her work features paintings throughout the seasons at different locations along the Sussex coast.
A one-day family festival celebrating some of the world's most luxurious and high-performing sports cars. All in support of the work of The Children's Trust, visitors can enjoy a day of supercar and helicopter rides as well as a driving school for teenagers.
William Thomson, author and illustrator of The Book of Tides and Tides and the Ocean leads a mile-long walk along the seafront to explain topics including what makes a tide and the formation of waves. Starts 3pm, tickets £20.
The Mid Sussex Triathlon features a 400m swim in the Triangle pool, followed by a 25km bike ride round Burgess Hill, and a 5km run. Open to everyone, the course is for newcomers and experienced athletes alike.
This special edition of the Horsham Writers Circle features a talk all about the Sussex author Hilaire Belloc. Featuring performances from some of the pupils of The Towers School, there will also be a themed meal.
The first ever Brighton Comedy Garden offers five nights of stand-up comedy presented in a boutique festival. The line-up features Alan Davies, Sara Pascoe, Adam Hills, Sean Lock, Ed Byrne, Tim Key, Tom Allen, and Nish Kumar and Rachel Parris from BBC satirical show The Mash Report.
South Downs National Park staff are leading this team challenge to complete all 100 miles of the South Downs Way in a day. The route has been split into 16 legs, with volunteers asked to take part in one of four legs to raise money for the upkeep of the trail.
International Yoga Day will include a morning of classes, a talk and demonstrations, with refreshments served by Cowdray Farm Shop & Café. This event takes place at Cowdray Hall, the Estate's centre for wellbeing, refurbished in February 2019.
The Sussex Gin and Fizz Festival is back this year with a daytime and evening event. During the day, you can enjoy samples of award winning locally made gin and bubbles while the evening will be transformed into a twinkling Gin & Fizz palace.
Now in its 12th year, the 2019 Night to Remember is set to be the biggest yet, with more than 1,000 supporters walking through the night. It's all in aid of raising vital money for the hospice's night-sitting service.