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28 Jun 2016

Artist Profile: David Scott Moore

Sussex’s glorious landscape has been an inspiration for hundreds of artists throughout history and today our county still holds a special magic for many. We spoke to Sussex-based artist, David Scott Moore,

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Features
30 May 2016

The beepalace – a stylish ceramic that attracts nesting solitary bees

We know about honey bees but how many of us know how important solitary bees are? The Beepalace was created as something beautiful to hang in the garden but also as an

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24 May 2016

Squire’s encourage children to eat their greens!

Event:                Plant A Fruit & Vegetable Box Dates:                Monday 30th May – Friday 3rd June 2016 Times:                10am – 4pm Locations:         All Squire’s Garden Centres (except Chertsey) Cost:

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SpringCleanPreview
25 Apr 2016

Spring Clean Your Life

Traditionally, New Year’s Day is the time of year to mark new beginnings – whether it’s starting a daily exercise regime, launching a business or quitting a bad habit. But why don’t

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01 Mar 2016

Authentic Reclamation with over 600 lots on 19th March in Stonegate, East Sussex

‘A Collection of Architectural Antiques, Period Garden Features and Reclaimed Artefacts to be auctioned mainly unreserved’ to be held at Authentic Reclamation with over 600 lots on 19th March in Stonegate, East

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09 Feb 2016

Step into a beautiful blue spring in National Trust bluebell woods

Now that spring has arrived, the National Trust has revealed the best places to spot dramatic carpets of bluebells in East Sussex. The sight and scent of bluebells covering a woodland floor

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19 Oct 2015

Acorn Warning for Dog Owners

Heath Veterinary Clinic in Burgess Hill and Hurstpierpoint is warning dog owners of the dangers of acorns. The veterinary clinic has recently had a case of a dog becoming very ill from

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GardensFeaturedPreview
26 Jun 2015

Sussex’s Gorgeous Gardens

Our county has so much to offer during the summer months: sandy beaches, rolling countryside, and of course, spectacular gardens. So pack a picnic, a bottle of bubbly and enjoy the great

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25 Apr 2015

The National Gardens Scheme

The National Gardens Scheme has been opening gardens of quality, character and interest since 1927 and has donated over £24 million to its beneficiary charities in the last 10 years. Last year

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