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Free parking in Adur for Christmas celebrations

Free parking will be offered to Christmas shoppers to coincide with festive events in the district.

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Last year's parade. Photo: Martin Bloomfield

Carnival-themed lantern parade to illuminate Lancing’s streets

A popular parade which usually sees more than 2,000 participants take to Lancing’s streets will return on Saturday for its ‘most vibrant and eye-catching’ event yet.

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The MP said that younger children are being bullied at the new skate park in Lancing

MP urges action after spate of vandalism in Lancing

MP Tim Loughton has raised concerns over a spate of vandalism at Lancing’s Beach Green.

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Shoreham Society member Gerry Thompson, chairman Gerard Rosenberg and vice chairman Jenny Towler

Concerns over height and density of plans for Shoreham harbour

Concerns over the height and density of developments proposed at Shoreham Harbour have been highlighted.

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Duncan Hearsay has been found guilty of murder

BREAKING NEWS: Shoreham man found guilty of murder

A Shoreham man has been found guilty of the murder of a Lancing man who he claimed owed him money for gardening work.

Crime
Staff at The Gemini Print Group celebrate their success

Shoreham print company wins three business awards

A Shoreham lithographic and digital print company celebrated a successful evening at an award ceremony, taking home three business awards.

Business

VIDEO: 'Fantastic’ new playground opens at Shoreham school

A ‘fantastic’ new play area at a Shoreham school, put together thanks to the hard work of parents, pupils and staff, was officially opened on Friday (November 17).

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Witness appeal after woman 'glassed' outside Shoreham pub

A woman was struck in the face with a glass object during a disturbance outside a Shoreham pub, in which up to 20 people are thought to have been involved, police said.

Crime
Shoreham Fort

Shoreham Fort to feature in BBC show tonight

Shoreham Fort has a starring role in a popular BBC two show tonight (Thursday, November 16).

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Mosaique's designs for Teville Gate, which would be renamed Station Square

REVEALED: Plans for ‘aspirational development’ at Teville Gate

Developers have revealed details of their plans for a ‘major regeneration project’ which will transform Teville Gate, ahead of a public consultation next week.

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Shoreham Centre

Adur councillors vote down five per cent allowance rise

Councillors in Adur unanimously rejected a five per cent increase in their allowance at a meeting last night (Thursday, November 2).

Politics
The motor home in Harbour Way car park

Owner of motorhome parked in Shoreham Beach car park speaks out

The owner of a motorhome parked in a Shoreham Beach car park for over two months, which has attracted complaints from residents, has spoken out about his reasons for being there.

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Wayne Green at the recent International Neighbours event in Shoreham

Father calls for new EU referendum after funding misuse probe

A ‘staunchly pro-European’ father-of-three from Shoreham has claimed last year’s EU referendum may have been illegal – and is calling for a new ‘clean and transparent’ referendum to be held.

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Crew called to car fire in Shoreham

The fire service are on the scene after receiving reports of a car on fire in Shoreham.

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Police

Advice issued after reports of vehicle thefts in Shoreham

Police have issued advice following a number of recent reports of theft from vehicles in the Shoreham area.

Crime
West Sompting Adur Local Plan

West Sompting development would fund ‘exciting benefits’, groups say

A community farm, a nature trail and an orchard are some of the ‘exciting benefits’ the proposed development at West Sompting would fund.

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Members of Adur Residents Environmental Action in Shoreham high street

Council report sets out actions to combat pollution in Adur

The council is working to secure more ‘meaningful’ strategies from developers to mitigate pollution from new developments in Adur.

Environment
David, Randa and Maximus Isaac at Maxi's Convenience Store and Post Office

Positive start as post office reopens at Shoreham store

A couple, who took on the post office service at their Shoreham store after the crown office building was closed, are celebrating a ‘fantastic’ first three weeks.

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Firework season can be a scary time for dogs like Thomas

Keep pets calm during firework season with a cosy ‘doggy den’

A dog welfare charity in Shoreham is advising dog owners on how to keep their pets safe and calm ahead of the firework season.

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Spate of attempted vehicle break-ins reported in Southwick

Spate of attempted vehicle break-ins reported in Southwick

Police were called to reports of people attempting to break-in to cars in Southwick in the early hours of this morning (Tuesday, October 24).

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