PHOTO COMPETITION: Win a Disney Plus Subscription Pass
Do you enjoy taking lots of photos and seeing the sights of Sussex? Here’s your chance to put your images in Sussex Living magazine!
Celebrating the Child of Sussex Awards
Now in its milestone tenth year, we look at this special event which celebrates some of the most special children in Sussex
Omnia Business Services: Everything and More
(Paid advertising feature) If there’s one thing to be sure of in business, it’s that change is guaranteed. So, it’s good to know that one local company can help, not just with the theory of everything, but the practicalities too
Dame Vera Lynn: A 20th Century Icon
We spoke to Dame Vera Lynn’s daughter, Virginia Lewis-Jones, about her remarkable mother who gave so much to the people of this country
The Joys of English Vermouth in Sussex
(Paid advertising feature) The revitalised and highly regarded contribution to the English wine industry from producers along the South Downs has recently been joined by a new all English Vermouth.
Celebration of Individuality: Bowley Funeral Service
(Paid advertising feature) We chat to Paul Bowley at Bowley Funeral Service’s freshly updated Hassocks branch, to discover how funerals are now more about celebrating a loved one’s life than mourning their passing
The Devil in Sussex
The Devil has been a frequent visitor to Sussex for many years, trying as he might to thwart the development of Christianity.
Sussex Living Explores Walking in Lockdown
This column would normally begin at a railway station, a bus stop or a well-located car park, but during lockdown, all of this author's walks began and ended at his front door. Some of his memories and discoveries may strike a chord.
Crawley: In with the New
Few places in Sussex can compete with the sweeping changes that have turned Crawley from a compact 18th century coaching halt to the thriving New Town with a population of over a hundred thousand
The Industrial Legacy of Burgess Hill
Modern day Burgess Hill bears little resemblance to the town that welcomed the railway in 1841, but dig a little deeper and the history is there.
Historical Hurst: Discovering the Delights of a Mid Sussex village
The beautiful and bustling village of Hurstpierpoint is set snuggly into the rolling South Downs and, for a relatively small country village, it is simply bursting with life
The Spanish lady: How the Spanish Flu Ravaged Sussex
Following the centenary of the Spanish Flu outbreak, Sussex Living discovers how the deadliest pandemic in recent history spread through Sussex