Winners celebrate at Steyning and District Food and Drink Festival

Steyning was sizzling throughout September as businesses welcomed visitors from near and far for the month-long Steyning and District Food and Drink Festival. The various competitions proved popular, as always, and people of all ages bore fruit at the prize-givings. Chocolatier Sarah Payne from Cocoa Loco judged the shop window competition. Cobblestone Tea House won the food outlets category with its Alice in Wonderland tea party, Truffles was second with a teddy bears’ picnic and The Sussex Produce Company was third with a vegetable heaven display. Gris et Blanc won the non-food outlets category with a shellfish and fruit fantasy, Steyning Antiques was second with a champagne scene and The Dollshouse Shop was third with a miniature creation of nearby café Victoria’s Sponge.


Apprentices help clean up Southwick beach

Apprentices took to the beach in Southwick to help clear rubbish, as a way of giving back to the community. The team of electrical apprentices from Tungsten Training Centre, in George Street, Southwick, took to the beach last Monday. As well as cleaning up the beach, they collected litter on the way as they crossed over the lock gates at Shoreham Port.

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