DON’T miss the Steyning Herald this week for the last World War One 100th anniversary supplement.
In the fifth and final free pull-out, we look at how the war ended and the acts of remembrance held to mark the conflict.
We also focus on the enduring work of our partners in the project, the Royal British Legion and Poppyscotland – who continue to fight for all who serve.
Pick up your Herald tomorrow (Thursday) for your free pull-out.
In Steyning, the cricket club is continuing its sensational season and young footballers have been kitted out, thanks to Sussex Police.
Charity horse carers in Small Dole want to trace a lorry driver who left them in fear of their lives.
Plans that have got people worked up include a ‘garden city’ and a pig farm.
Also this week is a 16-page lifestyle and leisure supplement dedicated to women.
That is as well as our popular nostalgia pull-out, Looking Back, and our WOW24/7 entertainment supplement. This week is also Business Matters week with five pages of local business news.
Don’t miss our coverage from the St Barnabas Night to Remember midnight walk, which saw more than 1,000 women pounding the streets and raising more than £143,000.
There is also a report from an eco summit held at Shoreham Academy. The summit involved more than 200 environmentally-minded students from 15 Sussex schools.
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