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Just five miles from historic Arundel Castle, Amberley Village Pottery sits in the gorgeous West Sussex of Amberley. You can visit and buy from stock or order your own "one-off" creations.

When one of our Sussex wins an award it’s particularly sweet; there’s nothing like being able to say “award-winning Sussex food and drink”. But what do all these accolades actually mean? Permit us to lift the label on our members’ success.

The Sussex soil isn't just a haven for great fresh fruit and veg. Local producers also use it to cultivate traditional rapeseed and linseed (flax). Our Sussex members have been getting the most out of their locally grown crops by making healthy cooking oils, exquisite dressings and crunchy cereals.

Sussex is home to wonderful poultry, lamb, cattle, pork and game. So it comes as no surprise that Sussex is home to some brilliant butchers. Here we explore how getting to know your local butcher can make a world of difference in your kitchen.

Box schemes are a wonderful way to discover local, seasonal produce. Here we explore the wonderful products on offer from our Sussex members.

The Sussex coast is home to a wonderful range of fish and shellfish. We asked local Sussex fishmonger Veasey & Sons to share with us the great catches they receive from their crew of fishermen. Here’s the ultimate guide to what’s in Dan’s net at any given time of year. All fish are caught off Eastbourne, apart from the scallops which can be found in Newhaven, East Sussex.

With its lush meadows, Sussex is truly a cheese-making county. Here, we look at the cream of the county’s cheeses made by award-winning High Weald Dairy located at Horsted Keynes, West Sussex. High Weald Dairy is family owned and run by Guy, Mark and Sarah Hardy from their farm in the beautiful High Weald area of Sussex.