Shoreham Herald packed with pictures

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THIS week’s Shoreham Herald is packed with pictures showing what people in the town have been up to.

People will be interested to hear what is being talked about for the Shoreham Cement Works site and those of a certain age should not miss the fascinating insight into the world of the Ealing Studios in the 1950s.

Adur World Ocean Day makes a splash and there are several articles about charity fundraisers, including one of the district’s oldest councillors.

On the subject of the council, it’s all change following the annual meeting, so find out who’s now doing what.

Southwick Open Garden made a welcome return and we have pictures from the day, while wood dust from the harbour is causing problems again on the Fishersgate border.

When you pick up your copy of the Shoreham Herald this week, you will get three free supplements.

As well as all of the latest news, events, sports, entertainment, letters, property and columnists, this week’s paper has three pull-outs.

There’s the weekly eight-page Looking Back supplement which includes a special feature on Oscar Wilde’s visit to Worthing in 1894.

Then there’s our WOW entertainment pull-out, packed with news about shows and events coming up across the area as well as a TV guide and a puzzle page.

And, this week, we have a one-off special pull-out celebrating the 20th anniversary of BMI Goring Hall Hospital.

The 16-page supplement is packed with stories and photos about the history of Goring Hall, the services the hospital provides and some of the things the staff do in the community.

There’s even a chance to win a stay at The Grand Hotel, Brighton.

For all of these supplements and much more, pick up your Herald tomorrow (Thursday) for 80p.