Located just a few miles from Goodwood, RAF Tangmere was a key Allied airfield during World War II, firstly as a base for Supermarine Spitfires, and later with a more clandestine purpose.
With its streamlined automobiles and sci-fi cityscapes, the 1939 New York World’s Fair gave visitors a vivid sense of stepping into the future. Eighty years on, it still provides a fascinating vision of tomorrow’s world, yesterday.
The influence of the Bauhaus art school, founded 100 years ago in Weimar, Germany, can be seen the world over – those cool, modernist lines even made it to the Sussex coast.
From getting into “the zone” on the golf course to the power of marginal gains in professional cycling and Formula 1, the fiercely competitive world of sport has plenty to teach business managers.
With the Easter weekend just around the corner, we caught up with Goodwood House Head Chef, Mike Watts, to find out exactly how to perfect your roast lamb and ensure your table is filled with very happy bunnies.
Famed for her witty animal-themed work and her quirky take on the lives of great painters, Holly Frean is an artist who revels in repetition.
For centuries women have turned to herbs for everything from cooking and housewifery to childbirth and folk cures. As research increasingly shows a scientific basis for these “old wives’ tales”, a new generation of women are championing their efficacy.
Perfect in pesto and piquant enough to liven up a wide range of recipes, small wonder wild garlic is a forager’s favourite. And it’s coming soon to a woodland near you.
Headstrong, spirited and extraordinarily fast, St Simon was a Thoroughbred who loved winning so much, it was sometimes hard to make him stop.
A rare hybrid of classic British breeds, Goodwood’s prize-winning porkers are a cause for celebration.
The perfect roast lamb
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