WITH SUSSEX among the worst affected by the Great Storm of 1987, we would like to know your stories ahead of its anniversary on Friday.

Friday will mark the 34 year anniversary of the storm, which is said to have blown down 15 million trees across the country and killed at least 22 people.

Sussex and Kent were among the worst affected areas with the storm rolling in from the English Channel.

BBC weather presenter, Michael Fish, famously said there was no hurricane on the way live on air.

He said: “Earlier on today, apparently a lady rang the BBC and said she heard that there was a hurricane on the way.

“Well, don't worry if you're watching, there isn't.”

The Argus: Car overturned on the seafront.Car overturned on the seafront.

The storm took place on the night of October 15 and caused two billion pounds worth of damage, over five billion pounds worth of damage today.

We would love to read your memories and see your pictures!