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TAKE YOUR TIME

Dean Edwards’ new cookbook features delectable recipes that you can slow cook or stick in the oven. Here’s a selection of the best

7 mins read
Sussex Life
November 2020

Decorative art

Not simply functional, treat your walls like an extension of your personality

3 mins read
Sussex Life
November 2020

ON THE FRONT FOOT

The rugby legend took the reins at Sussex County Cricket Club in 2017, rekindling his love for a sport that first won his heart on the village cricket fields of North Yorkshire

8 mins read
Sussex Life
November 2020

NAKED AMBITION

In the 1980s, Christine and Jennifer Binnie partied with Boy George and Marilyn and bared all as performance art collective The Neo-Naturists. Now they are working together to gain the recognition they feel they deserve

5 mins read
Sussex Life
November 2020

ROCKET MAN

Astronaut Tim Peake has come a long way since growing up in Westbourne and attending Chichester High School for Boys: 248 miles above Earth, to be precise. But, he says, life on the International Space Station has a lot in common with family caravanning holidays

6 mins read
Sussex Life
November 2020

Revolution man

Lewes’ most famous resident Thomas Paine may be the greatest propagandist who ever lived. But how did a humble customs and excise officer ignite the touchpaper for revolution in not one but two countries?

8 mins read
Sussex Life
November 2020

THE DIARY

17 exciting things to do this month in East and West Sussex

8 mins read
Sussex Life
November 2020

All in a day's work

Meet Tim Dummer, who has helped keep Midhurst’s Cowdray Estate shipshape for an impressive five decades

3 mins read
Sussex Life
November 2020

My favourite Sussex

Bruce Fogle is an author and a vet with a practice in London who has lived in West Sussex with his wife, the actress Julia Foster, since 1989. He recently became president of RSPCA Mount Noddy near Chichester

2 mins read
Sussex Life
November 2020

10 OF THE BEST Meat-free restaurants in Brighton and Hove

Brighton is often rated one of the most vegan-friendly cities in the UK. What these restaurants prove is that plant-based food doesn’t have to be puritanical – at all of these places you’ll find big flavours and a desire to push the envelope

4 mins read
Sussex Life
November 2020

RECIPES for SUCCESS

From Eliza Acton to Elizabeth David, some of the UK’s most influential food heroes have made their home in Sussex

5 mins read
Sussex Life
October 2020

Release the bats

A WORD ABOUT WILDLIFE

2 mins read
Sussex Life
October 2020

NO PLACE LIKE HOME

Many of us are choosing to look closer to home for our holidays. Sussex boasts an array of accommodation to enjoy

6 mins read
Sussex Life
October 2020

Pattern and print

To mark the centenary of his birth, Eastbourne printmaker Robert Tavener is being celebrated with a hometown exhibition

3 mins read
Sussex Life
October 2020

A-Z of Sussex produce

Here in Sussex we have the good fortune to live in a prolific food-producing county. In celebration of British Food Fortnight from 19 September-4 October, we hail some of our finest local delicacies

8 mins read
Sussex Life
October 2020

Gathering in the harvest

The priest, author and ecological thinker on his deep love for the countryside

2 mins read
Sussex Life
October 2020

Landscape of a lıfe

West Sussex-based John Hitchens has been making art his entire life. Far from scaling back in his 80th year he has just staged a major retrospective exhibition

5 mins read
Sussex Life
October 2020

A President at the Royal Pavilion

In 1877, Ulysses S Grant became the first former American president to visit Britain. His tour included three days in Brighton, where his speech foreshadowed the notion of the ‘special relationship’

6 mins read
Sussex Life
October 2020

Love And Death In The Long Grass

A lifelong arachnophobe, I’ve had my head turned by this brightly patterned arachnid

2 mins read
Sussex Life
October 2020

Living With The Past

Natasha Williams is English Heritage’s head of historic properties for Sussex, meaning she oversees the site of one of the best-known events in our history

3 mins read
Sussex Life
October 2020

Mellow fruitfulness

Growing your own fruit is achievable whatever the size of your garden, producing a harvest of delicious wholesome tastes

5 mins read
Sussex Life
September 2020

THE SOUNDS OF DOWNS

Rose Elinor Dougall was a founding member of girl band The Pipettes before going solo and working with superproducer Mark Ronson. So how did lockdown in Lewes inspire her creativity?

8 mins read
Sussex Life
September 2020

Safe harbour

Director and harbour master of Chichester Harbour Conservancy Richard Craven oversees an area providing habitat for 55,000 birds – and more than 10,000 sailors

3 mins read
Sussex Life
September 2020

War and peace

Watercolour artist Gordon Rushmer’s Sussex landscapes are a far cry from his previous career as a war artist

4 mins read
Sussex Life
September 2020

REBUILDING HISTORY

How a revolutionary idea dreamed up 50 years ago in Singleton became one of our best-loved heritage sites

5 mins read
Sussex Life
September 2020

All things BRIGHT and Beautiful

Illustrator Camilla Perkins lives in Ringmer with her husband and two daughters. Her home features in a new book, Bold British Design, showcasing the living spaces of British creatives

5 mins read
Sussex Life
September 2020

LOCAL HEROES

Seven generations of Rottingdean’s Copper Family have kept the spirit of traditional English folk alive. Here young musician Andrew Millham examines their legacy

6 mins read
Sussex Life
September 2020

Age is just a number

You’re never too old to learn – and doing so might just improve your health

3 mins read
Sussex Life
September 2020

60 YEARS OF STEAM

The volunteers who run the Bluebell Railway weren’t going to let a pandemic spoil their diamond anniversary celebrations

6 mins read
Sussex Life
September 2020

24 HOURS IN Worthing

The vibrant seaside town of Worthing has long been a lure to tourists – among them Oscar Wilde, who lived here for a season and struck up a liaison with a local youth. So enamoured was he of both that he named the lead character in his most famous play, The Importance of Being Earnest, after the town.

4 mins read
Sussex Life
September 2020

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