• Deadline approaches for Annual Tax on Enveloped Dwellings (ATED)

  • Counting down to Hickstead’s international season

  • Can you write about how to be a super entrepreneur?

  • We’re giving chocolate the finger

  • Come to the Theatre – It’s Free!

  • Can you write about how to make money?

  • Mel’s Milers set to run their 13th annual 10k race for Alzheimer’s Society

  • Seaford Head Golf Clubhouse is Open to everyone!

  • How would you spend £5,000 on Amazon? Tell us and win a copy of Your Success

  • Carpenter Box Shortlisted in Prestigious Regional Awards

  • East Sussex Woman Becomes Lotto Millionaire

  • We launch worlds first pound store for ebooks

  • Call to nominate guardians of Sussex landscapes for prestigious CLA Award

  • Get Up and Running in 2015

  • Committee endorse WSCC budget proposals

  • Funding available for South Mid Sussex good causes

  • Keep an eye on your neighbour during this cold weather, says council chiefs

    

Walking the Kingdom – Keeping you updated

Walking the Kingdom – Keeping you updated

As from May this year I will be walking the coast of Britain to raise awareness and funds for the superb work of the selfless drug educator Peter Dwan. You will be able to follow and participate – digitally at least – in my adventure through this column in your favourite local newspaper. You can find(…)

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Sales Pipeline – Turning Prospects into Customers

Sales Pipeline – Turning Prospects into Customers

You’ve invested time in researching the market and understanding your customers, you’ve piqued their interest through effective marketing and now your phone’s ringing off the hook with enquiries. The time has come to start managing your sales process and pipeline, turning prospects into paying customers. Every business will have a slightly different sales process, some(…)

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Could you spare one evening a week to help young carers?

Could you spare one evening a week to help young carers?

Caring responsibilities can put anyone under a significant amount of strain. But for a young person, juggling those responsibilities alongside their studies can not only mean they miss out on things that others may take for granted but it can also greatly affect their school attendance, achievements and future prospects. West Sussex County Council is(…)

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In the field

In the field

On Sussex Soil – Wadhurst arts’ charity promotes major month long event to commemorate WW1 dead – featuring music associated with Sussex, including two world premieres Wadhurst Culture, one of Britain’s smallest arts charities, in a village of only 5000 people, is to hold a unique month long commemoration of World War 1 in May(…)

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Counting down to Hickstead’s international season

Counting down to Hickstead’s international season

Hickstead’s two flagship international fixtures are fast approaching, with the Equestrian.com Hickstead Derby Meeting (25-28 June) starting off the season, followed by the Longines Royal International Horse Show (28 July – 2 August). The June fixture culminates on the Sunday afternoon with one of the most iconic classes in showjumping, the Equestrian.com Derby. Very few(…)

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