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Celebrating Sussex

Taking a closer look

12:00am Saturday 19th April 2014

Nione Meakin speaks to two local artists about their unique visions of Sussex

Art to make you feel

12:50pm Saturday 29th March 2014

Artist David Armitage, famous for illustrating popular children’s book The Lighthouse Keeper’s Lunch, tells Nione Meakin why painting is his first love.



Memorial procession in Hove to mark the death of King Edward VII

The Argus: Memorial procession in Hove to mark the death of King Edward VII

5:00am Saturday 19th April 2014

Thousands of people in Hove watched a memorial procession to mark the death of King Edward VII in 1910.


Polegate to Hailsham

The Argus: Hailsham Common Pond at point 4

6:00am Saturday 19th April 2014

This is an ideal Easter walk for all the family, including those with limited mobility, and two shorter options. John Harmer uses the Cuckoo Trail between Polegate and Hailsham, and discovers some interesting facts and unusual features, with plenty of opportunities for a rest


Hidden in the valley in Les Contamines

The Argus: Enjoy stunning scenery, such as this view from the top of Aiguille Croche

6:30am Saturday 12th April 2014

Lucy Grewcock uncovers some skiing secrets in the lesser-known Les Contamines


Swap chocolate eggs for the real deal this Easter and enjoy numerous health benefits, says Martina Watts

The Argus: Eggs are a great source of protein and vitamin D, among other nutrients

6:00am Saturday 19th April 2014

The Easter egg has been a symbol of rebirth since pre-Christian times and even the ancient Greeks, Persians and Chinese exchanged brightly decorated eggs at their spring festivals.



Try your hand at writing for children on a new weekend course in Brighton

The Argus: Children's author Alan Durant, who wrote Always And Forever, was there to help out

7:10am Saturday 23rd November 2013

Among the secret ambitions we all nurture, writing a children’s book must be one of the most common. Google the phrase and you will be presented with an abundance of courses and workshops that promise to turn timid dreams into reality.


Former Brighton Festival chief and bow tie aficionado Gavin Henderson

The Argus: Former Brighton Festival chief and bow tie aficionado Gavin Henderson

12:00am Saturday 19th April 2014

It’s 20 years since Gavin Henderson helmed his last Brighton Festival but as he returns to take part in festivities once more, it’s clear some things never change.


Gardener's Diary - April 5

The Argus: The Echium pininana pictured centre among other flowers, photo by Kevin Martin

6:30am Saturday 5th April 2014

Glyndebourne’s head gardener Kevin Martin on why a bit of back-breaking work now will pay dividends later


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