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In a co-commission with Brighton Festival, artists Walter & Zoniel have created large-scale outdoor artworks in two Brighton suburbs alongside an exhibition in city gallery Fabrica

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There’s plenty of inspiration here, from swimming with your dog at Saltdean Lido to socially distant comedy with Romesh Ranganathan and friends

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Due to its geographical position, Sussex has often been the nucleus of national events. Here are 10 times that Sussex rocked history

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Beloved Sussex attraction the Bluebell Railway will celebrate its 60th birthday on 7 August, with a re-opening ceremony marking the end of months of closure because of the coronavirus lockdown

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Follow our insider’s guide to a day out in the Sussex town, from a visit to the pier to seeing the New Forest ponies at Cissbury Ring

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Open-air swimming pools in Sussex

Wednesday, August 5, 2020

A number of outdoor swimming pools have opened their doors to the public, just in time for summer

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An exhibition planned for next year about The Jam will celebrate mod culture and Brighton’s central role | Words: Jeremy Blackmore

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Local historian Chris Horlock reveals the story of Shoreham Fort and an amusing incident in Hastings

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Although sadly it won’t be staging its usual open week this year, Lordington Lavender near Chichester is welcoming a host of other visitors attracted by the flowers – from hares who shelter among the stems to red-listed bird species

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After months of constrained freedom, we have never valued our outdoor spaces more. As we celebrate ten years of Britain’s youngest National Park, what impact has the designation made?

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Faye Bridgwater credits a Facebook group for helping inspire an award-winning drawing of one of Brighton’s natural phenomena.

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MacDonald Gill was the brother of controversial sculptor Eric, and was well-known in his own right as a mapmaker. Here his great-niece tells the story of his illustrious career.

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Things to do in the East Sussex coastal town of Eastbourne

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Quiz QUIZ - How well do you know Sussex?

Monday, June 15, 2020

Test your county credentials with the Sussex themed quiz.

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A host of Sussex villages glory in cleverly designed signs reflecting their individual nature, several of them inspired by a competition judged by the future King George VI a century ago.

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Take inspiration from the beautiful gardens at Hoopers Farm, which Andrew and Sarah Ratcliffe have developed over many years in the lovely village of Mayfield

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In this strange era of COVID-19, many of us have found ourselves with more time to devote to film-watching. From classic literary adaptations to Bond spy thrillers, we’ve curated our top 30 set in Sussex or filmed in the county.

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Once the lockdown has been relaxed, spend some time at one of Sussex’s go to locations.

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Henfield, which was mentioned in the Domesday Book, lies just north of the South Downs, within the District of Horsham. It is about 12 miles from Brighton and Horsham.

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These two areas will be familiar to many people, but how well do you know them?

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