Tomorrow is the Longest Day and we are capturing it all on video, with a little help from our readers.
As part of the Observer’s Summer of Love campaign to promote everything good about the area, our reporters will be out and about with their cameras to capture footage of everyday life in our wonderful county on Friday, June 21, the longest day of the year.
And we want as many readers to get involved as possible by sending us their own clips and pictures on life around West Sussex.
It could be something as simple as sitting in your garden, it could be enjoying a lunch at a local businesses, it could be fun after-school (or in-school) activities, it could be a coffee morning at your work!
Whatever you are up to – we want to know about it and we will be sharing them with your fellow readers.
By the end of the longest day we will creating a special ‘Life in a Day’ video using what YOU send us.
Editor Colin Channon said: “The Observer team will also be joining The Longest Day and sharing with you their videos of what they are up to on June 21.
“But we absolutely want our readers to be involved too so please send us your pictures and videos now of what you love about the Observer area to help spread to feel-good factor.
“There is so much to celebrate about living in West Sussex – so let’s show the world what life is really like and why it is such a wonderful place to live in, work in and visit.”
Email your videos and pictures to firstname.lastname@example.org.