Now our Fred is a man of many talents, but not many know his jumping skills would give Skippy the bush kanagaroo a run for his money.
Watch as he shares all he knows with a class of pre-schoolers from Hambledon taking part in Peppa Pig’s Muddy Puddle Walk for Save the Children.
We are thrilled that the children at Hambledon Pre-School took part in their very own Muddy Puddle Walk! It’s fantastic to have the support of Fred Dinenage too. By jumping in muddy puddles like Peppa Pig and raising money for Save the Children – they will help the world’s most vulnerable children to have a brighter future.
They've been playing together since their school days, and now a band from Sussex have been voted the best young artists in Europe.
They call themselves Brother, and they've just returned from the biggest gig of their lives, playing to an audience of 80,000 in Italy.
Malcolm Shaw met the musicians in their home town of Hove.
Sixty-five year-old registrar-turned-DJ Christine Tew was among the audition winners who went through to the next round of the competition.Read the full story ›
It's become the biggest event of its kind in Europe. Thousands have taken to the streets of Brighton for this year's Children's Parade.
Eighty schools from the across the city have spent months working on their spectacular costumes and puppets.
The procession marks the start of the Brighton Festival, as Malcolm Shaw now reports.
It's that time again - when art, music and culture collide in the biggest spectacle of its kind in the country.
This year's Brighton Festival, along with the Fringe, Open Houses and Great Escape events, promises to be the biggest yet with more acts than ever.
And with musician and poet Kate Tempest at the helm, there's a heady mix of entertainment to catch in the weeks ahead.
Andy Dickenson reports and speaks to artist Kathy Hinde of 'For The Birds', sculptor Cathie Pilkington of 'Liferooms' and poet Tommy Sissons.
Brighton is making the final preparations for its annual festival which starts tomorrow.
Below is a glimpse of one of the showcase events with 26 different art installations at a secret night-time woodland location.
This year's guest director is musician and poet Kate Tempest.
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Crowds gathered in Seaford today for the unveiling of a rather unique piece of furniture.
Six years ago a group was formed to creatively spruce-up parts of the Sussex town's seafront. The result has been a memorial bench like no other.
Andy Dickenson reports and speaks to Gaby Tofts and Christian Funnell, creators of The Shoal, and Keith Blackburn of the Seaford Community Partnership.
Strictly Come Dancing star Louise Redknapp has dismissed speculation she has separated from former footballer Jamie as "completely untrue".Read the full story ›