Sport is returning - show us what it means to YOU
Outdoor sport is back in our lives on Monday - and we want to know what that means for you.
Under the government's roadmap to ease lockdown restrictions, organised outdoor sport and recreation is allowed again from Monday - for the first time in three months.
That means people will be taking to tennis courts and golf courses again while football, rugby and hockey teams can train together once more.
Cricket players can hit the nets - runners no longer have to pound the streets alone or with only one fellow athlete for company.
It's only a step on the road to a return of a full world of sporting action but it's a significant one, and one to be celebrated.
So, sportspeople of Sussex, we want to hear and see what next week's return of sport means to you.
Are you heading out to the base line or the first tee at the crack of dawn on Monday? Are you back with your pals as your football or rugby squad gets together for the first group training session in what must seem like an age? Or are you embarking on your first game of bowls, or group run along a local seafront?
Whatever you're doing to take advantage of the rules being relaxed, let us know? Over the next couple of weeks, we want our newspapers and websites' sports pages and sections to reflect sport's big return?
Tell us what you're doing, how much you've missed it - and send us photos too.
All contributions should be emailed to [email protected] - and we'll publish as many as we can.
In the meantime, stay safe, follow the rules... and enjoy getting back into action.