What kind of property could you get for £19.5 million? Here’s one

An art modern home in West Sussex with seven bedrooms, tennis court and swimming pool, is on the market with a price guide of £19,500,000.

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Four super easy baking recipes for kids

It’s National Baking Week so if you’re prepared to let the kids loose in the kitchen here are four very easy recipes from Pyrex that’ll turn them into little star bakers.

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PICTURES: Great Storm wreaked havoc across the area

Thirty years ago tonight, the worst recorded storm since 1703 left a trail of destruction along the south coast.

Make sure to check your change for any old pound coins

Last chance to spend your old pound coins

Today is your last chance to spend the old £1 coin before it becomes worthless at midnight (Sunday, October 15).


Reader’s pictures show storm’s trail of destruction 30 years on

Today marks the 30th anniversary of the Great Storm when, on the night of October 15 and 16, 1987, winds of more than 100mph battered the south coast in the worst recorded storm since 1703.

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NATIONAL CURRY WEEK RECIPE: Vegans, say Aloo to this dish

Parveen Ashraf looks at how curry lends itself to vegetarianism and veganism and shares one of her recipes.

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Getting rice right with Parveen Ashraf

RECIPE: Getting rice right

As it is National Curry Week we ask ‘The Spice Queen’ Parveen Ashraf for her tips on how to cook rice perfectly and whether reheated rice is a no no.

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The chocolate discs which make up the dress by Paxton Chocolate

Sussex chocolatier creates edible floral dress

Paxton Chocolate, a bespoke chocolatier based in Brighton, has designed and created a flower-inspired dress using chocolate for London’s Chocolate Show in October.

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Sussex success in the Michelin Guide and Bib Gourmand

Two Sussex restaurants have once again been awarded Michelin stars while another three have been awarded Bib Gourmands.


Video: easyJet unveils plans for electric planes

Electric planes, drones checking the runway for problems and apps that will sort out all aspects of your flight.

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Cakes to bake for Macmillan’s Coffee Morning

Macmillan’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning takes place this Friday so here are some scrumptious cake recipes from Waitrose for you to try.

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PICTURES: Crowds turned out in force for carnival events

Marcus Agar’s report on the 1988 Southwick Carnival, from the Adur Herald of Friday, September 23, 1988, with pictures by Gerald Thompson.


PICTURES: Worthing welcomes food lovers to enjoy its ‘best festival yet’

Visitors enjoyed a huge variety of delicious cuisine at this year’s Worthing Food Festival, which many are callling the ‘best festival yet’.
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Robin, Erithacus rubecula, perched on bowl of windfall apples in garden.

Less is more for wildlife in your garden this autumn

The autumn may encourage many gardeners to do a major tidy up to make eveything look neat and tidy for the next few months.

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Perfect time to sort out autumn colour in the garden

With the soil warm from summer and moist from autumn rain, now is the perfect time to get out in the garden and plant for brilliant autumn colour.

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Kitchen secrets revealed by Richard Onslow head chef

It’s part of a magician’s code never to share the secrets of their tricks.

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Thousands of sheep in pens await the bidding at Findon Sheep Fair on Saturday, September 10, 1966

More sheep and better prices at Findon Sheep Fair in September ‘66

More than six thousand people flocked to Nepcote Green over the weekend for three days of fun, but it was all business in 1966 when the annual Findon Sheep Fair also included the traditional sheep auction.

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Norman church which began life in Saxon times

A report from Ferring History Group’s (FHG) latest meeting which included a talk about St Andrew’s Church.


PICTURES: An FA Cup run to remember for Worthing

Worthing Football Club suffered FA Cup heartbreak at Dorking Wanderers on Saturday, but their run in the competition was far more successful 35 years ago.

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Bluecoat School was established for education of poor children

A former deputy head at Christ’s Hospital, Horsham, William Avenell gave a very interesting and insightful talk on this special school.

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