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Steve Keegan co-founded a new beer and soft drinks business just before the first lockdown was announced. He explains how a focus on community was its salvation

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January can be a noisy month, winter storms battering the windows. But it’s also a time when the skies can seem alive with shifting clouds, mists and fog

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Since the advent of the moving picture all corners of our county have changed considerably. Through these classic videos we can take a look back at how our ancestors lived in Sussex

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Eartham man Tristan Gooley has made a career out of sharing the secrets of the natural world. But in the COVID era, even explorers have had to change their working practices

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Clive Collins has been growing trees for Sussex Christmases for more than a quarter-century. He talks to Duncan Hall about his year. Article first published in December 2017

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This Hungarian-born chef loves slow-cooked comfort food and his guilty culinary pleasure is walnut and raisin bread

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Still only 23, the Brighton artist has completed a number of large-scale commissions in urban environments around the world

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The Brighton musician sings the praises of Patti Smith and shares her worries for live music venues in the city

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How much of our county’s unofficial anthem can you remember? You’ve got 10 minutes to recall as much as you can!

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CFT’s executive director doesn’t like sitting still and loves paddleboarding, sailing – and a good pub lunch

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The nature charity’s chief executive lives in Lewes, where her family have been for generations. Her favourite local night out involves a moth trap in Brede High Woods

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For those of us confined to our homes, what better way to escape reality than in the pages of a book? Here we present a comprehensive Sussex reading list, with selections from novelists Peter James, Simon Brett and Lynne Truss

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Sussex was very much on the frontline during World War II, playing a key role in the Battle of Britain and hosting large numbers of British and Canadian troops

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These intrepid adventurers are showing off their penny farthings before setting off on a day’s ride

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The legendary Hastings-born folk singer reveals a taste for Richmal Crompton’s Just William books – and a film that quite literally changed her life

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This Hove-based fashion expert wears Fifties clothes every day and has a passion for hand-embroidered Mexican jackets

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Painter Sophie Wake was suffering from physical illness and creative block when she discovered a new way of working that transformed her life

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The boy who never grew up may have lived in Neverland, but his origins are in Sussex - Rustington, near Worthing, to be precise

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The Rotherfield painter has sold out every one of his 12 solo exhibitions so far. But his route to artistic success has been unconventional and far from easy

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Why were paintings of working class life attractive to aristocratic collectors like the third Earl of Egremont?

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