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Autumn in Sussex

Summer might be well and truly over, but that doesn’t mean we should sit indoors all day hiding from the cold. Throw on your favourite winter coat and get out and experience the beautiful season of autumn! With so much going on in Sussex this October, take a look at our hand-picked favourites. For help preparing for the colder months ahead, contact our friendly team of every-weather-experts on 01323 444861.  
 

This October don’t miss the wonderful spectacles of the Battle Festival, featuring a whole host of fantastic events from classical music displays, visual arts, theatre and dance performances, history and heritage, plus live demonstrations, hands-on workshops and much, much more. There’s something for everyone! Find out more www.battlefestival.co.uk


  • 1st-31st October
  • Battle, East Sussex
  • Tickets can be purchased online or via their box office 01424 319 982
  • “Pick of the week” – The Guardian & The Observer
 
 

Glorious Chichester Cathedral is currently inhabited by a powerful set of slightly chilling sculptures by the acclaimed sculptor and artist, Ana Maria Pacheco. Ana aims to express the most pressing issues facing our modern day society through her topical exhibition spanning right across the entire North Transept of the cathedral. Named Shadows of the Wanderer her series explores war, dispossession, refugees and hope. Learn more here www.chichestercathedral.org.uk


  • Free entry
  • 16th July-14th November
  • North Transept, Chichester Cathedral, West Sussex
 
The captivating Sussex countryside and heritage sites of the National Trust make for wonderful days out all year round. There is something wonderfully captivating however about the season of autumn. You must experience the radiant reds and brilliant bronzes autumn has to offer. Stroll through parks and gardens, roam impressive halls and warm up in cosy cottages. Discover autumn with the National Trust here www.nationaltrust.org.uk

One for the art lovers, this intoxicating 2 week exhibition celebrates the true spirit and influence of India on the work of leading contemporary artists including Tobit Roche and Penelope Anstice. The exciting artworks breathe new life into the artists’ own unique styles, coming together to showcase a magnificent hub of colour and culture at the Moncrieff-Bray gallery near Petworth. For more information please visit www.moncrieff-bray.com

 
  • 8th-29th October
  • Visitors are welcome anytime, just ring ahead 07867978414
  • Egdean, near Petworth
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