Sussex holidays, things to do in winter & our 2022 highlights

Happy New Year!

Well, here we are at the end of what has been another extraordinary year. I hope 2022 has been kind to you and that you enjoyed a very happy Christmas. Despite lots of well-laid plans, I have spent most of the holidays in bed with this horrid lurgy that is going around and I sincerely hope you have managed to avoid it.

In this week’s newsletter, and to help us say goodbye to the old year and welcome in the new, I’ve got a smorgasbord of ideas for you. If budgets are tight and foreign travel doesn’t appeal, check out our Sussex holidays feature – packed with ideas. And if the winter months ahead feel a bit overwhelming, have a look at our things to do in Sussex in winter feature.

I have thoroughly enjoyed exploring Sussex this year with my eclectic gang of comrades and I hope you also enjoy some of my highlights of 2022.

Despite being bedridden, I was delighted to hear that Brighton’s Burning the Clocks has returned and I have already put it on the calendar for next year. Were you one of the 25,000 who turned out to see the procession?

Finally, as many of us see in the New Year with a raft of health resolutions, our Sussex health expert from Pure Bio has shared advice on dealing with anaemia.

Thank you for all your support over the last year and for sharing my love of Sussex. I’m looking forward to sharing many more adventures in 2023. Have a very happy and prosperous New Year.



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