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Video. Many parts of the South East were basking in the last of the warm sunshine today: tomorrow looks set to be a very different matter. The warm September and October has meant our forests have been alive with a wonderful crop of mushrooms and fungus.
But as Charlotte Wilkins reports, the crop has produced its own problems. She spoke to Nick Weston, who runs hunting and foraging courses in Sussex and Neil Fletcher from the Sussex Wildlife Trust.