Sussex

THE NEW DUKEDOM OF SUSSEX

As many may have already heard, there is a new Duke in Sussex in the U.K., Prince Harry. But, something that some people aren’t aware of is that there tons of activities to do and places to see out in Sussex.

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A great place to stay is by the water, there’s the Grand Brighton, an opulent Victorian-Italianate dating from 1864 built by architect John Whichcord Jr.

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Aside from some place to stay, theirs lots to do! History geeks and war buffs will marvel at Battle Abbey, the 13th-century Benedictine ruins on the southern coast where the Battle of Hastings took place.

Sussex Food

And when you’re hungry, theirs millions of great dining restaurants. Restaurant Tristan delivers uncomplicated, field-to-fork British-French cuisine under the original oak beams of a 16th-century cottage in Horsham.

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Want to go shopping? Shopping in Sussex is very extravagant and unique! Charleston House is now a museum and art gallery set in their rustic 16th-century farmhouse. The space also includes a shop where visitors can buy handmade items including fabrics and prints by Grant and Bell, ceramic pottery and jewelry. It also includes books by and about the celebrated Bloomsbury Group members who frequented the home.

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Celebrate Flag Day with Torico Ice Cream Parlor

There’s nothing more American than a hot fudge sundae with Vanilla Bean ice cream topped with whipped cream and cherry. Celebrate Flag Day by heading over to Torico Ice Cream Parlor in Jersey City and getting yourself one!

Torico Ice Cream Parlor is celebrating their 50th Anniversary on July 8.

To commemorate 50 years, the Jersey City shop is taking over Erie Street from 12 to 4pm, treating guests to sweet free samples, prizes and more fun.

For more information on Torico, click here!

BIRTHDAY SURPRISE

What are three things that everyone loves on their birthdays? Cookies, eating without regrets, and being around friends! You agree? Well so do the people at Bonny Neiman, which is why they contributed to the Cookies 4 Kids fundraiser by selling cookies at their store and donating 15% of the sales!

Cookies 4 Kids

Deciding that they wanted to contribute to the fundraiser just a few days before hand, they were happy to see the outcome and support they had from family and friends. The amount of people that freed their schedules to help contribute to this cause was truly remarkable.

Cookies 4 Kids

Because Bonny Neiman and Sue Ananian did so so well selling at their store, they’re continuing their cookie spree. This Saturday and Sunday 6/16 and 17 from 8am to 4pm they will be at 429 Rockaway Valley Road, Boonton Township NJ at the lacrosse tournament.

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