If music be the food of love… Posted On 21 June 2021

Play on or listen on- do music your way   What are your plans for Monday 21st June? Will you compose a new piece on the piano? Choose some calming zen pieces to accompany your yoga practice? Browse Spotify for a new artist to explore? Why? Because 21st June marks World Music Day- an art …

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England will need nerves of steel in Euros showdown Posted On 18 June 2021

Expect Scotland’s underdogs to bare their teeth in Group D clash   Ever since Robert the Bruce gave King Edward II a good seeing to at Bannockburn more than 700 years ago this month, relationships been England and Scotland have been a bit spicey. Not that they were over-cordial beforehand, but by defying the odds …

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Show Some Support for Sussex Day Posted On 18 June 2021

Sussex Day may have come and gone, having been celebrated on Wednesday June 16th, but it’s not too late to celebrate all things Sussex   The origins of Sussex Day date back to 2006, when resident Ian Steedman suggested the idea to Henry Smith, who at the time, led West Sussex County Council. This led …

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Taking the indoors-outdoors Posted On 18 June 2021

Making the most of your space   With warmer weather approaching, now is the perfect time to re-vamp your outside space ready for entertaining. The first thing to look at is the size and orientation of your garden. What do you want to use the space for, entertaining (dappled sun or shade is often best …

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Home is where the heart is Posted On 17 June 2021

Even if you can’t remember which box you put it in!   Moving house is well known to be one of the most stressful things you can do, yet the lure of a new home is almost impossible to ignore. With the 30th June ‘end of stamp duty holiday’ deadline fast approaching, many are frantically …

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Ready, Steady, App-tion! Posted On 16 June 2021

The apps you need to know about to enhance your summer   ‘There’s an app for that’ is a phrase often banded about- for good reason, it really does seem these days that there is an app for just about everything. With the market flooded with competitors, it can be difficult to sort which apps …

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Dining rooms: the forgotten space Posted On 15 June 2021

Why you need a dining room and how to decorate it   With open plan kitchens flooding the market, you could argue that the traditional dining room is losing its place.  The dining room should however maintain its established place of prestige in your home. Having a separate dining room offers a space which is …

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Father’s day gift guide Posted On 14 June 2021

This Sunday is father’s day and if you’re struggling with gift ideas, we have you covered   GLAMPING TRIP A glamping break might be the perfect way you and your dad, or your dad and his partner, can escape the hustle and bustle of city life. The beauty of a glamping pod is that you …

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The New Farm Shop Arriving in Haywards Heath Posted On 11 June 2021

The artisan farm shop and cafe officially opened on June 6th   The application was only submitted in late April, but that’s not stopped this family-owned store from taking advantage of the arrival of the British summer. Hart Country Stores is located on South Road, and was joined in its opening by Haywards Heath town …

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Football not taking your fancy this weekend? Posted On 11 June 2021

Switch play and try something different   It’s Wales vs Switzerland, England vs Croatia, Indoors vs Outdoors: this weekend is set to be another glorious one weather wise and whilst the Euros are drawing you in, the great British summer is luring you out. If the pull of the outdoors is set to triumph, here …

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