The best things to do in Battle, East Sussex. Insider tips on what to see and do and where to stay in this historic Sussex market town.
The Burning of the Clocks is a unique festival of light to celebrate the Winter Solstice on 21 December in Brighton each year. The festival starts with a parade through the streets followed by beach bonfire and fireworks.
Discover the enchanting world of Sussex castles – from majestic Arundel Castle in West Sussex to beautiful Bodiam Castle in East Sussex. Read our round-up of the best castles in Sussex.
Experience the stress-busting Japanese meditative practice of Shinrin-Yoku (Forest Bathing) in Sussex and give your immune system a boost.
A visit to the site of England’s most famous battle – the 1066 Battle of Hastings. Discover how to get the most out of a visit to Battle Abbey in East Sussex.
Read about our day of foraging and feasting on edible mushrooms. We learned about some of the fascinating fungi found in Sussex and the High Weald on micologist Geoff Dann’s fabulous forest foraging course.
A visit to award-winning Pashley Manor Gardens in East Sussex. This English country garden is one of the finest romantic gardens in the UK with beautiful planting and stunning vistas.
Fun, games and lashing of laughter at the Secret Cinema’s Drive-in at Goodwood near Chichester in West Sussex. The film was excellent too!
From majestic parklands and estates to intimate walled gardens and kitchen gardens. Here’s a round-up of some of the most beautiful gardens in Sussex.
A favourite woodland walk in West Sussex, that happens to start and end by a very fine pub, is this 3.7 mile walk from The George in Eartham through Nore Wood.