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Steyning Herald – out today

Steyning Herald - out today

Steyning Herald - out today

TODAY’S Steyning Herald has a warning for residents about hard-nosed charity salesmen targeting homes in the area.

Upper Beeding, Bramber and Botolphs have their first curate for about 30 years.

We talk to the Rev Stephanie Gardner about her new role in the 3bs Parish in today’s Steyning Herald.

Also in the parish, a new church trail has been launched at St Nicholas’ Church in Bramber. Read all about it in today’s Steyning Herald.

Find out when Steyning will get its first Italian market and hear how the regular farmers’ market celebrated its anniversary.

In Worthing, thousands of people filled the seafront at the weekend as the International Birdman event proved popular once again.

See today’s Steyning Herald for four pages of coverage from the flying event. There are also videos from the weekend on our website – www.shorehamherald.co.uk.

The Birdman competition included dozens of people dressed in inventive and entertaining costumes to raise money for charity.

However, the serious flyers provided the main excitement this year, with one scooping the £10,000 prize for the longest flight past the 100 metre jackpot line.

Also in your Herald this week is more reaction to the A27 improvement plans and news from the latest school strikes.

There’s also pictures from the latest school proms, event previews, crime appeals and charity pleas.

This week we feature the story of a Shoreham teenager who has finally completed her English Channel swimming dream.

These are just a selection of the stories you will find in our jam-packed Herald alongside all of your favourite columnists, sport pages, nostaglia, business news, entertainment guide and letters.

There is also still time to enter your favourite café or coffee shop in our contest and you can find out who won our competition for a VIP trip to see an open-air performance of The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes.

For all of this and more, pick up your Steyning Herald, out Thursday, priced 80p.

 

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