EXCLUSIVE local news, special reports, nostalgia, sports and offers – that is just some of the content inside today’s Shoreham Herald – out today, priced 80p.
This week, the Herald reveals concerns over county council cuts to day services and fears some of our day centres could be under threat.
We also have a warning from the fire service to ‘hoarders’ who are putting their homes at risk of fire.
Residents talk of a card cloning racket in Shoreham and we report on the latest attack on Adur Ferry Bridge, as well as a fire at a takeaway in the town.
In more positive news, the Shoreham Centre has been promised a £680k revamp and the captain of the MV Independent has been able to head home at last, after 16 months stuck in Shoreham Harbour.
Southwick news includes a special ‘royal relay’, the launch of a the new season at Manor Cottage and pictures of an alien invasion at Glebe Primary School.
There are some court cases and local crimes reported in this week’s paper, but also lots of good news including the success of a fashion show held in Worthing, which raised vital funds for the Sussex MS treatment centre in Southwick.
We have pages packed with pictures from local events and you can read the latest views of our readers and columnists.
Our popular nostalgia section has a fascinating feature on Worthing’s old Town Hall , complete with old photos.
And the sports pages are, as always, packed with results and reports from the local sports-scene.
As for offers and competitions, we have a chance to win one of four family tickets to Drusillas Park.
We also have details of our cute kids competition and your chance to nominate your favourite salon in our salon of the year competition.
For all of this and much more, pick up your Herald today.
You can also keep up to date with all of the area’s breaking news and videos on our website – www.shorehamherald.co.uk