Cotillion returns with new show

Popular folk group Cotillion will make a return visit to St Nicolas' Church, Shoreham, on Saturday.

GALLERY: Children in Need

Children in Need has celebrated a record-breaking year, raising more than £50million during Friday night’s show on BBC1.
Cavell House chef Chris Pollard with the table of cakes

Charity grateful for support

Shoreham care home Cavell House welcomed nearby residents for a Macmillan coffee morning.

Steve and Debbie Brattle and family present a cheque for �3,561.60

Families and friends urged to get together to help hospice

Thousands of pounds have been raised for St Barnabas House as part of The Big Get Together.

Children at Woodland Warriors Nature Club helped to decorate stones with poppies

Stone poppies 'planted'

Beautiful stone poppies will be placed around Southwick Green ready for Remembrance Day.

The company in Flash Bang Wallop from Half a Sixpence

REVIEW: That’s Entertainment Too, Barn Theatre, Southwick

Following the success of That’s Entertainment a year ago, Southwick Opera is presenting another all-singing, all-dancing tribute to film and stage musicals in That’s Entertainment Too.

Theatre and Comedy
Shoreham College re-enacts the Great Fire of London

Spectactular re-enactment of great fire

Children were quite happy to see their hard work go up in flames for a re-enactment of the Great Fire of London.


GALLERY: Lych gate removed in Old Shoreham

A flurry of interest on social media followed the action on Monday.
Wellington Wailers at Shoreham Harbour Lifeboat Station

Sea shanties will raise the roof

Wellington Wailers are returning to the Marlipins Museum in Shoreham in full voice.

Liz Lacey with her floral pictures. Pictures: Steve Robards SR1726696

PICTURES: Steyning Art Group annual exhibition

Visitors were impressed with the high standard of artwork at Steyning Art Group’s annual exhibition.

Matt Lewis visits County Hall to see his framed photograph, a stunning aerial view of Worthing Pier at night

Best of West Sussex is on our doorstep

Views from across the Herald and Gazette area feature in four winning photographs showcasing the best of West Sussex to visitors.

Chief executive Suzanne Millard with Worthing mayor and mayoress Alex and Fran Harman

Two charities propose joining forces

Guild Care is proposing to join forces with Worthing Littlehampton District Scope.

You do not need previous military experience to become an Army Cadet Force instructor

Adult instructors urgently needed by army cadet force

Army cadets in the area are in desperate need of new instructors.

Trisha Stubbings founded the Brighton to Worthing Pier Walk for Worthing Hospitals breast cancer unit and Chestnut Tree House

Trisha’s legacy continues

The legacy of one-in-a-million fundraiser Trisha Stubbings continued with a charity night at Calcutta 16 in Shoreham.

Volunteering with the Friends of Shoreham Beach, helping to clean the beach of invasive species and litter

Action taken in the community

Young people have been helping to keep Shoreham Beach tidy, as part of the autumn NCS programme.

Staff at Dogs Trust Shoreham in the Halloween spirit with Count Macular and The Boogieman

Getting in the ‘Howl-oween’ spirit

Staff at Dogs Trust Shoreham are hoping to work some magic this Hallowe’en.


PICTURES: Southwick and Fishersgate autumn show

Sunny weather brought a steady flow of visitors to Southwick and Fishersgate Horticultural Society’s autumn flower show.

A picture of Adur Ferry Bridge in Shoreham by Patricia Gill

Annual art exhibition

Steyning Art Group will hold its annual exhibition on Saturday from 9.30am to 5pm at the Steyning Centre, in Fletchers Croft, Steyning, opposite St Andrew’s Church.

Bonding at the Aldingbourne Trusts Casino Royale employer ball

Employers praised for supporting people with learning disabilities

Aldingbourne Trust’s first employer ball proved to be shaken not stirred.

Bonding at the Aldingbourne Trusts Casino Royale employer ball

Shop wins award for volunteer support

Shoreham’s charity shop with a difference has won a prize for the support given to volunteers.

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