After a Covid-induced year away, the classic cars and the dressed to impress crowds were back on track for a celebration of the bygone days of wheel-to-wheel racing.

With the first wholly organic show garden at Chelsea, Tom Massey brought a little bit of Somerset to Main Avenue. It was only natural that his garden also won the Peoples’ Choice.

Finally, following a Covid-induced delay, the world’s premier horticultural show was back. And, for the first time ever, it took place in Autumn rather than Spring.

After four years away, Brighton’s finest played their last UK gig of 2021 in their hometown. It proved to be quite a rambunctious night.

After a year-and-a-half Covid-induced absence, live music was finally back at the Brighton Centre. But following such a sustained hiatus, could The Specials live up to their name?

A shot-shy Albion were beaten by their little known La Liga opponents in a forgettably flat game of few opportunities played in front of few fans

Although racing returned and the crowds were back, some of the glamour was missing from this year’s Glorious Goodwood.

Gary Marlowe

Creator of images that are out of the ordinary, reviewer of live music and live events and interviewer of interesting people

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