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What to see and do in Rye, East Sussex

Rye, in East Sussex, is one of England’s best kept secrets. Nestled between green rolling hills and the English Channel it’s one of the best-preserved medieval towns in England. With names like Watchbell Lane, Mermaid Street and Wish Street you can’t fail to be...

Into the Blue – Bluebell Woods in Sussex

Bluebell season is upon us and it’s one of my favourite times of year to take a woodland walk. In springtime, Sussex woods are blanketed in swathes of glorious bluebells under dappled canopies of fresh green foliage. A woodland walk amid the delicate hues and the...

Join me on a guided walk in West Sussex and the South Downs

Join Kathryn, from Sussex Bloggers, on a guided walk along the South Downs and discover some of the many secrets our countryside holds. Summer is a lovely time of year for walking in the English countryside. There are a great many public footpaths forming an extensive...

Parham House, an Elizabethan gem in the South Downs National Park

Near the village of Storrington in West Sussex, this beautiful English country house is one of the finest Elizabethan houses in the country dating back to 1577 and set in an expansive deer park. Walking through the Parham House takes you on a journey through time as a...

What to see and do in Hastings Old Town, East Sussex

Hastings Old Town in East Sussex is my favourite local seaside town. Slightly bohemian, and incredibly artsy, the old town comes with oodles of quirk. Its muddle of houses, shops and pubs sit tucked between two cliffs a fifteen-minute walk east of Hastings main town....

Woodland walks in West Sussex | Nore Wood

There's a myriad of beautiful walks in West Sussex, many passing through our ancient woodlands. The county is one of the most wooded areas in England with a rich diversity of plant and animal species. We are fortunate to have an intricate network of public footpaths...

Sussex Gins | Discovering local artisan, small-batch gins

Gin is quite the thing nowadays with the botanical beverage becoming the trendy tipple of choice for many. At Sussex Bloggers we’ve been ginthusiasts for years so when we heard that Sussex Gins number around twenty we almost dropped our Tanqueray. Who knew Sussex was...

A Sussex Gift Guide – Sussex made and inspired

  Looking for the perfect gift for the Sussex lover in your life? Or maybe you just want to fill your basket with gorgeous Sussex gifts and support your local community? Here at Sussex Bloggers we've been searching the county from coast to countryside to bring...

The perfect seaside holiday at the Beach Huts in Felpham, West Sussex

  As the waves crash against the shore just a few metres away from the full-length window of our living room I’m snuggled up warm and cosy with a hot chocolate. I love watching the sea as it’s colours and mood changes from day to day. The following morning it was...

A fungi foraging course in Sussex with Geoff Dann

Last autumn I went on a fungi foraging course in East Sussex with mycologist Geoff Dann. We enjoyed a fascinating day of foraging and feasting on edible mushrooms whilst learning about some of the more common fungi found in Sussex and the High Weald. Read on to...
A guide to Sussex Chocolate

A guide to Sussex Chocolate

Sussex chocolate – we’ve been seeking out some of the best chocolate makers and chocolatiers in East and West Sussex – and there are a few. Read on for an epic Sussex chocolate fix…

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A guide to Sussex Chocolate

A guide to Sussex Chocolate

Sussex chocolate – we’ve been seeking out some of the best chocolate makers and chocolatiers in East and West Sussex – and there are a few. Read on for an epic Sussex chocolate fix…

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