Posted on 31st January 2016
At the time of writing, it seems that winter has finally arrived – time to snuggle up with Sussex Living Magazine. But of course by the time you read this who knows what the weather will be doing!
Are you planning on tying the knot this year? If so we have a beautiful wedding feature just for you, starting on page 21. We also have a fantastic competition on page 28, where you could WIN A WEDDING! Definitely not to be missed.
Bring a splash of colour and warmth into your life this year and recreate Morocco in your home and garden. We give you our top tips on how to live Moroccan from page 49.
Starting next month in our March issue, we have a new property section in the magazine. With a topical article every month this is the perfect platform for your property advertising. If you would like to advertise is this section then don’t delay, call today!
Our main feature this month is one man’s labour of love as he restores a classic Austin Twelve. We went to visit the man himself, Peter Bourne, and swooned over his collection of classics. Pages 37 to 43 have the story.
We also pay tribute to a truly wonderful man, Roger Linn, on pages 44 and 45. For many years he wrote for us and his hilarious View from the Downs column will be missed by many, as well as all the other articles he penned. Roger was also our friend and a simply lovely guy, and will be missed by all of us at Sussex Living.
Thank you so much for all your continued support – we love keeping our readers entertained and our advertisers busy!
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