Welcome to this week’s canter around Sussex in search of the best, the unusual, and the off the beaten track!
The next 10 days to two weeks are perfect for catching the last of the autumn colours. So with that in mind, this week, determined not to give in to our Christmas urges just yet, we’re majoring on a couple of Sussex’s big guns, namely Wakehurst and Leonardslee. They are both always worth a visit at this time of year and both provide lots to do and see.
But we’re also championing some of the little guys – such as all the local producers and artisans who turn up, week after week, at the many local markets we have across the county. Which was how I ended up in the tiny village of East Dean in East Sussex earlier this year where they have a great little market.
I always think it’s also a good time of year to get walking, so I set off in search of adventure with a slightly nostalgic walk from Broadbridge Heath to Warninglid. It’s one of my favourite walks of this year not least because it has some great pubs en route and lots of points of interest.
And finally, our ticket giveaway to the unique Mediaeval Baebes concert in Horsham in December is now live, and you can enter here: Mediaeval Baebes. Good luck and I hope to see you there.
That’s it for now. Enjoy the last of the autumn leaves and have a great weekend.