Posted on 4th April 2017
Monthly Update Sussex Living April 2017
As we leap headfirst into Spring, with the blossoms appearing on trees and the evenings getting longer it’s the perfect time to stretch our legs and venture out into the scenic countryside.
In this issue we feature two beautiful gardens to explore. Starting on p.24 Hanna Lindon takes in the views and horticulture at the exquisite Highdown and Birchanger Gardens, which may even give you some inspiration for your own plot. The beautiful picture featured on our cover was taken at Highdown Gardens.
If you’re a regular golfer, or even if not, you may be curious to see what a golf lesson would involve. Ruth Lawrence and Robert Veitch are put through their paces by retired golf pro Chris White. With a bit of golfing history thrown in, it makes for an interesting read on their different styles; see how they fare on p.48.
We have an eggciting Easter quiz for you on p.64! Test your knowledge and see if you could be in with a chance of winning some generously donated prizes from our advertisers. Easter is the perfect time for entertaining children with an egg trail; Sasha Kanal gives some great tips on p.66.
On p.68, with Robert Veitch doing the walk whilst Les Campbell continues to recuperate, giving us a thoroughly enjoyable meander through history, walking from Mount Caburn to Glynde.
I hope you enjoy reading this months issue as much as I have working on it. From us all here at Sussex Living, we wish a Happy Easter to all our readers and advertisers. See you next month!
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