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This year marks the bicentenary of Mary Shelley’s horror novel Frankenstein. Amanda Hodges explores its Sussex connections

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As giant snails take over Brighton and Hove between September and November 2018, Sally Turner speaks to an artist behind two distinctive snail designs about what inspired her creations

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Former Shoreham Labour candidate Sophie Cook discusses being the first transgender person to work in the Premier League, transitioning and her vision for the county

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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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Pagham Harbour has inspired photographer Richard Dunkley for 20 years. Ahead of a charity event he introduces his favourite shots

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Brighton’s The Chilli Pickle is celebrating its tenth anniversary. Co-founder Alun Sperring talks about his passions

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From servants’ hall to stardom, historian Louise Peskett traces the remarkable story of Hove author Margaret Powell

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According to Cuckfield artist Oliver Pyle the secret of good watercolour painting is simple: just put the hours in

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In the first of a new book series Worthing’s young adult author Jess Vallance is looking back to her formative years

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His combination of talent, teaching and administrative skills has made Nicolas Chisholm an inspirational musical figurehead

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Lewes-based Opera singer Allan Clayton tells Simone Hellyer about the new challenges of his latest role in Handel’s Saul at Glyndebourne and describes how he spends his spare time in Sussex

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The story of Prince Augustus, the only previous Duke of Sussex, is a tale of family breakdown, two illegal weddings and a heartbroken bookish and sensitive boy

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The British monarch’s personal representatives, the Lord-Lieutenants and the counties’ High Sheriffs, share their hopes for the new duchy

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If you have been to a black-tie event at Goodwood House, chances are it was presided over by head butler David Edney. David tells Sussex Life how today’s butlers differ from their famous literary and television depictions and how the Duke of Richmond never ceases to surprise him

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This year Will Furlong was the second youngest rider to compete at Badminton. It was just the latest landmark in an already illustrious career for the Battle-based equestrian

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From addressing them to their coat of arms, we run through a quick guide to the new duchy of Sussex

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Ditchling-based Annabelle Thorpe has used her background as a travel journalist to great effect in her intriguing ‘holiday noir’, What Lies Within

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