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It’s the perfect time to get out in the garden and get some motivation. Here is a roundup of all the fun and relaxing activities you can do in your garden.

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A new book about the Babes in the Woods murders is giving readers a glimpse behind the curtain of one of the highest profile investigations in Sussex’s history. Simone Hellyer speaks to former senior detective Graham Bartlett, who wrote the book with best-selling author Peter James,

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We may be stuck indoors and the clubs and gyms may be shut for now, but we can all still stay active and healthy.

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We’re compiling a guide to the businesses that still need your custom to survive, the companies introducing special schemes to help people in the community, services that will help you adjust to working from home or being isolated from others.

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Social distancing doesn’t mean you can’t get your much needed Arts fix. You can now enjoy the magic of theatre from the small screen!

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From mindfulness and relaxing music, to digital detoxes and body positivity, there is a wealth of great things to immerse yourself in and listen to while working in isolation.

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Inspired by her Ashdown Forest home, children’s author Iona Tulloch has created a tale that is helping to highlight the importance of peatland, finds Simone Hellyer

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As children all over East and West Sussex prepare to celebrate World Book Day, we asked local bibliophiles which works they wish they’d found as young readers.

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Sara Cooper is head of collections and exhibitions at Towner Art Gallery in Eastbourne

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Daniel Gurr’s childhood trip to Brighton Lifeboat Station led to a life of volunteering on the seas and a modern-day love story, finds Simone Hellyer

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What sort of Brit are you? For people-watchers everywhere, Lewes-based cartoonist Chelsea Renton has produced the definitive guide to the “strangest people in existence” – the British

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Brighton author Daisy White drew on her experience as an ambulance call handler for her latest psychological thriller, The Forgotten Child. Simone Hellyer finds out why she is drawn to the genre

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Sussex composer Damian Montagu has released a second album inspired by the majesty of the South Downs

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Clare Connor is managing director of women’s cricket at the England and Wales Cricket Board. Here the former Sussex and England player explains why there has never been a better time to be a woman in the sport

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Looking back on 10 years of Sussex history, from environmental protests to our new Duke and Duchess

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Robertsbridge-based Sarah Massini always wanted to illustrate children’s books for a living and now she has two out in time for Christmas. Here’s how she made it happen

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At 15, she was sleeping rough on the streets. Today, she’s one of the UK’s leading firefighters. Meet Sabrina Cohen-Hatton, the new head of West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service

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Acclaimed jazz singer and pianist Joe Stilgoe has a packed schedule Christmas, including gigs in Brighton, Hastings, Chichester – and the Royal Albert Hall. He talks about family festive traditions, carol-singing with The Rolling Stones, and his new Christmas album

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When Henfield horologist Giles Ellis launched his independent fine watch company, his uncompromising personal taste was his guide

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The beauty, sadness and history of Beachy Head are all explored in The Light Keeper, the debut fiction novel from writer Cole Moreton.

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