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Sussex has been the site of some of our nation’s most tumultuous historical moments and paranormal activity is said to be the lingering connections to those dramatic events. Here are 9 places in Sussex where you may have a ghostly close encounter

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There’s lots going on this month, from Artists’ Open Houses in Brighton and a magical lantern trail at Wakehurst to an evening with Strictly stars in Crawley

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We might not be able to indulge in trick-or-treating this year, but there’s still plenty of scope for Halloween fun with a visit to one of these fabulous farms

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There’s still plenty of things to do with youngsters in Sussex this autumn break – here we present some of our favourites. Marshal your little monsters and enjoy some spooktacular fun this Halloween

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Enjoy the tranquility of Verdley Wood on this circular pub walk

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This wonderful photograph from 1937 shows workers at the start of the hop season

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We asked you to suggest our county’s weirdest, rudest, funniest and most bizarre place or street names and your response on social media was brilliant. Here are 25 locations that’ll give you a giggle when you’re out and about in Sussex

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Whether it’s taking a look along the seafront on a sunny day or across the downs from Ditchling Beacon, Sussex is not short of stunning views. Here are 19 of our favourites

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This walk takes in Arundel’s historic high street, grazing fields and the serene surroundings of Swanbourne Lake

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The Bell in Ticehurst is celebrating the award after balancing the needs of the local community and visitors from further afield

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From an awe-inspiring treehouse to a converted World War II ammunition wagon, you’ll feel like you’re a world away from the everyday on one of these magical holidays

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We take you through a relaxing walk in the South Downs above the village of Alfriston

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Enjoy an easy loop around Itchenor linking superb waterside sections with peaceful agricultural footpaths

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The TV personality is backing a campaign to preserve the future of one of the Victorian Society’s top 10 most endangered buildings

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The city caters for every type of meat-free craving, from Sunday roasts, doner kebabs and sushi right through to plant-based haute cuisine

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Join the South Downs Way to ramble through forest, downland and along the River Cuckmere with Deirdre Huston

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Local historian Chris Horlock recounts the sad tale of a Littlehampton soldier, remembers beloved Brighton department store Hanningtons, and shares a recipe for potato wine

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This short route through Ashdown Forest takes in sandy tracks, woodland springs and pools, with some surprises along the way

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You’ll find heaps of inspiration here, from opera at the drive-in to big band sounds from Joe Stilgoe and Friends, and era-defining art from Quentin Blake

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Ahead of the anniversary of the bloody conflict on 14 October, test your knowledge of one of the great turning points of British history

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