‘5 in 5’ marathon challenge for Heads On

NHS manager Ian Puttock is planning five marathons in five days in a bid to raise awareness of mental health issues.


VIDEO and PICTURES: Summer Busk success for Worthing Churches Homeless Projects

Shoppers were treated to a day of live music and dancing at the annual Summer Busk, held in aid of Worthing Churches Homeless Projects.

Ben Wostenhulme, the first man to sign up, with his partner Samantha Wisden and her twin Hannah Wisden

Last call for Night to Remember 2018

You have until Sunday to sign up for the Night to Remember Midnight Walk 2018, raising money for St Barnabas House hospice.


PICTURES: Worthing Race for Life 2018

Everyone had their own reason for running but all were united in one cause, fighting cancer.


VIDEO: Worthing Race for Life 2018

Hundreds of women and children united for one purpose on Sunday, to help beat cancer.
Chris Evans driving the Duchess of Cornwall into Hampton Court Palace in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

Proud day for Southwick school librarian at BBC 500 Words

School librarian Kate Gieler was proud to attend the live final of the BBC 500 Words competition.

East Worthing and Shoreham MP Tim Loughton cuts the ribbon to open Vision Express at Tesco in the Holmbush Centre

Importance of eye tests highlighted

East Worthing and Shoreham MP Tim Loughton is encouraging people to have regular eye tests after officially opening a new optician.

The Encounter Project uses reminiscence and art to connect young nursery children with older people in care homes

Project launched to ‘dispel myths’ around dementia

An intergenerational programme has been launched as a positive community service in Worthing and Adur.

Jane Lyons, FRED co-ordinator, presents a certificate to Lee Porter and his daughter at the end of the course

Reading scheme for fathers has improved family bonds

One year on from the launch of a reading scheme for fathers, Home-Start Arun, Worthing and Adur has spoken of the difference it has made to families in the area.

New Adur East Lions president Frances Burt, left, with Claudine Rogers

Lions’ new president enjoys ‘giving back’

Magical moments are what make community work so worthwhile, says the new president of Adur East Lions.

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GATCOM chairman speaks of achievements as retirement announced

Dr John Godfrey is stepping away from his work at Gatwick at a time when the airport ‘is in very good shape’.

Steyning is set to welcome back the fabulous French Market

French market is back in Steyning

Garlic prawns were a sell-out last year so fans need to get there early on Sunday, when Steyning welcomes back the fabulous French Market from 10.30am to 4pm.

Rosslyn Road residents have planted nine new trees. Picture: Adrian Towler

Tree project for Shoreham launches

The Shoreham Society is launching a new project with the aim of bringing more trees to the town.

The Yarn Trail panel in Shoreham High Street, by Coronation Green

Woolly wonders are proving inspiration

Knitted art has been spotted across the Adur district in the past two weeks, thanks to The Yarn Trail.

Photographer Sarah Sutherland-Rowe is sharing her home with four other artist for the art trail

Art trail venue supports SOLD shop

A group of artists on the Adur Art Trail are raising money for charity through sales of refreshments.

Takis Koutsoumanis on the Flying V and Richard Winfield on lead vocal and guitar with RG Winfield Blues Band

Summer Busk features three open-air venues

The Summer Busk, bringing a day of music for charity to Worthing town centre, continues to expand and experiment.


PICTURES: Worthing NHS70 parkrun

Parkrun celebrations for the 70th birthday of the NHS created a great atmosphere on Worthing seafront.
Peter Butcher, centre, celebrating Hornchurch being champions this past season, a few weeks before he sadly died. Picture: Lee Power

Former sports reporter remembered

Former Gazette and Herald sports reporter Peter Butcher has been remembered for his dedication to non-league football.


GALLERY: Shoreham early summer show

Everything was coming up roses at Shoreham Horticultural and Allotment Society’s early summer show.

Working in pairs proved popular with pupils and older people alike

Two generations are linked by art

A new arts project has brought schoolchildren and older people together to share in a creative journey.

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