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Over the last ten years I’ve played at hundreds of weddings, both in England and internationally. Playing piano for a living means that you’re constantly hearing other musicians. 554 more words

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The Arches of Bayham

Bayham Old Abbey sits on the Kent and East Sussex border. We visited there back in September 2013 and the ruins are very impressive.  It is owned and maintained by the… 125 more words


Alfriston: On The Endangered Rural Buses

Having always lived in British cities I’ve never needed to drive, and consequently never learned. I shudder at the thought of those American towns whose layout was planned by the car industry and makes pedestrianism an impossibility. 1,301 more words

A Glimpse of the South Coast

East Sussex is full of delightful places to visit. Camber Sands is a small village in the east of the county full of picturesque sand dunes. 305 more words


Hotel Pelirocco - Brighton

Self proclaimed as “Brighton’s sauciest boutique”, Hotel Pelirocco is the perfect place to get away for a naughty weekend with your partner. Each of their fabulously decorated rooms is themed, so there should be something to suit everyone’s tastes. 195 more words


Lewes, Sussex: Lewes Castle


Lewes is a town in Sussex that is probably most famous for its exuberant Bonfire Night celebrations (which I’ve never been to, as I’m a little uncomfortable with the idea behind Guy Fawkes Day at the best of times, and people who are really enthusiastic about burning things in effigy kind of freak me out.  909 more words


The Big Green Bus - East Sussex

Now enjoying its retirement after being rescued from destruction by the current owner, the Big Green Bus offers comfortable and spacious accommodation for families and couples alike. 219 more words