Sussex Life readers share what they love most about the county in the feedback page of the April 2014 magazine

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The feedback page from Sussex Life April 2014

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Dear Sussex Life

Sussex Day is going to be BIGGER this year than ever before. Across the County events are being arranged, Town Twinning between the East and West, Town Champions are being signed up. A new Website, Logo and pages across Social Networks have all been sanctioned by East and West Sussex County Councils. So, my Sussex friends go forth and see what YOU can do!

Here at Arundel what started as a Walking Festival for the Arundel area, has, due to demand and people wanting to be part of it, become a Walking Festival across ¾ of West Sussex and not just Sussex Day 16th June but now the weekend leading up to it, 14th and 15th. 39 walks are in place or being created over the 3 days, for all abilities and ages. Walks for the Disabled to ones for the Professional, along the Coast, Across the Downs, Through the Villages ... Something for everyone***

Dear Sussex Life, Just delivered “The Joadian Way” Picture/Map and “West Sussex Literary Walks” booklet to the new Arundel Museum - for possible display in next week’s “West Sussex Literary Heroes” Exhibition (March 3rd to 9th).

Apparently, Simon Brett’s talk “West Sussex Literary Diaries” on March 7 at the Museum has sold out! Richard W. Symonds


Don’t keep it to yourself - why not tell other Sussex Life readers what you love about this wonderful county by dropping us a line? Let’s help each other to celebrate and promote the best of what Sussex has to offer. Just email, Tweet us @SussexLifeMag or write to: Sussex Life, 28 Teville Road, Worthing, West Sussex BN11 1UG

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We asked readers:

What do you love about living in Sussex?

Nick Weston – “Hunter Gather Cook definitely. And Harveys.”

Brett Mendoza – “Being sandwiched between equally glorious beach and countryside, that’s what.”

Whippet Snippets – “Independently owned shops, and I have fallen in love with the countryside & beaches (3 hounds means a lot of walking!)”

Sarah Young – “Everywhere you go, even if it’s just a drive into the next village, the countryside is so beautiful – it never gets old to see how pretty our county is.”