Birthday afternoon celebrates Dinkie, queen of the dance

Queen of the dance Dinkie Flowers will be celebrated at a special birthday event in Shoreham.

Employee of the Year Andy Pattison said the Shoreham air crash highlighted the importance of TRiM

Exceptional ambulance staff and volunteers rewarded

Ambulance staff have hugely benefited from a system that identifies trauma risk, ensuring support is available at an early stage.

The George Inn, London's last galleried coaching inn

Blue Badge Guide gives society talk

Members of the Shoreham Society are looking forward to hearing the story of Southwark.

Polish students on a course organised by English Language Homestays in Shoreham

Author visit thrills Polish group

Polish students took part in an author day at Worthing High School to help them with their English.


PICTURES: Beeding and Bramber spring show

Beeding and Bramber Horticultural Society nearly cancelled its spring show due to the recent severe weather.

Nikki Dunsford as Miss Jessel and Andrew Wesby as Peter Quint , back, with Kate Stoner as Mrs Grose, Bertie Atkinson as Miles, Nina Hayward as Flora and Keziah Israel as Miss Grey

REVIEW: The Turn of the Screw, Barn Theatre, Southwick

Atmosphere is everything in any production of The Turn of the Screw, Henry James’ classic ghost story.

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Sompting Village Morris is holding a Day of Dance at the museum as they are both celebrating 40 years this year. Picture: Derek Martin DM17422102a

Day of Dance marks 40 years of morris side

Sompting Village Morris is putting on a Day of Dance at Amberley Museum and Heritage Centre.

DM1830771a.jpg. New owners at RailtonWard Shoes, Findon. Photo by Derek Martin Photography. SUS-180603-144609008

Shoes are a passion for new owner of specialist shop

A woman with a passion for footwear has taken over one of the largest independent specialist shoe shops in Sussex.

A more recent steam train visit, the Black Five locomotive steaming through Southwick Railway Station. Picture: Mike Jennings

Stories of steam rarely-seen photographs

Southwick changed forever when the very first public train steamed through on its way to Shoreham from Brighton.

Chris Tomlinson and Richard Crowhurst from Rampion Offshore Wind Farm made the presentation to Brighton lifeboat operations manager Roger Cohen, Littlehampton lifeboat operations manager Nick White, Shoreham coxswain Steve Smith and Shoreham operations manager Peter Huxtable at Shoreham Harbour Lifeboat Station

Lifeboat stations given £100,000 from wind farm fund

Rampion has made a £100,000 donation to the RNLI for lifeboat stations along the south coast.


Celebrity endorsement for new book with key message

Campaigner Georgina Stevens is taking her sustainability message to a new level with the launch of the first of a series of children’s books.

A former Worthing Motor Services bus from 1914, one of the vehicles used for rides at Amberley Museum and Heritage Centre today

Museum looks forward to a season of celebration for 40th year

Amberley Museum and Heritage Centre is preparing for a season of celebration to mark its 40th year.

Volunteers collecting money for the Marie Curie Great Daffodil Appeal

Marie Curie urgently needs daffodil volunteers

Daffodil volunteers are urgently needed by Marie Curie for its annual spring campaign.

Members of the Brighton, Hove and West Sussex branch of the REME Association at the Hummingbird Restaurant. Picture: Steve Robards SR1805953

Retired REME soldiers sought to join happy band

Former soldiers who served in the Corps of Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers enjoy getting together for social gatherings.

Tracey Greaves, chief commercial officer at Goodwood, and Will Windsor, managing director at South Downs Water shake hands on the partnership outside Goodwood House

Goodwood partners with local water supplier South Downs Water

Goodwood has partnered with Southbourne supplier South Downs Water, as the estate-wide provider of natural mineral water.


PICTURES: ‘Much-anticipated’ Pancake scramble

Shoreham College stuck to tradition and had a flippin’ great Pancake Day celebration, albeit very late.

A team of volunteers has been working on restoring Supeta and preparing it for the water

Sail training project ‘means so much’ for youth in Adur

Scouts in the area could soon have the use of a sail training vessel again.


PICTURES: Summit showcases superb range of produce available in West Sussex

Industry leaders have gathered to debate the importance of buying local produce in the current political and economic climate.

Nikki Dunsford and Andrew Wesby, back, with Kate Stoner, Bertie Atkinson, Nina Hayward and Keziah Israel

Spine-tingling tale launches Southwick Players’ new season

Southwick Players’ first production for the 2018 season is the Gothic ghost story The Turn of the Screw.

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Conversation is crucial to early brain and speech development in children

‘Word pedometer’ introduced to aid development

Technology that measures the number of words children hear is being used to improve their development.

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