GALLERY: Children in Need

Children in Need has celebrated a record-breaking year, raising more than £50million during Friday night’s show on BBC1.
Chidham Primary School pupils with Chichester MP Gillian Keegan

School welcomes visit from MP

Chichester MP Gillian Keegan has visited Chidham Primary School as part of Citizenship Week.

Darren Miles outside his funeral parlour in Felpham. Picture: Kate Shemilt ks171140-1

Funeral director marks ten years in Felpham

Felpham funeral director Darren Miles is celebrating ten years in business.

Robert Burgon, master of the Worshipful Company of Plumbers, presenting Phil Mead with the industry heritage award

Plumbing heritage award honour

Museum volunteer Phil Mead has received a prestigious heritage award for services to the plumbing industry.

Stand-up comedian Lucy Bee is bringing together comedic talent from a wide area

Tickling funny bones for Children in Need

Acts from across London and the south coast will be coming to Chichester for a charity Comedy Quackathon.

Theatre and Comedy
Leukaemia Care support groups are for people affected by blood cancer, including patients, their family and friends

Blood cancer support group set to launch

A new support group is launching in Chichester to help people affected by blood cancer.

The benefits of riding include building confidence and giving enjoyment

New luxury fair to support riding group

Midhurst has been chosen as the venue for a luxury Christmas fair, following expansion.

Whats on
You do not need previous military experience to become an Army Cadet Force instructor

Adult instructors urgently needed by army cadet force

Army cadets in the area are in desperate need of new instructors.

Graduates with a CIM Level 4 Diploma in professional marketing

PICTURES: Business graduations at Chichester College

The hard work of more than 30 Chichester College graduates has been celebrated at a special ceremony.

Portfield Primary Academy pupils with Stephanie Jones from Natures Way Foods, left, and Elle Caldwell, youth engagement officer at Chichester District Council

Wellbeing project is given a boost

A wellbeing project for schoolchildren has been given a boost.

Mark Osborne makes the summit of Eyjafjallajokull, the third and final volcano in the challenge

Adventurer completes volcanoes challenge

Climbing volcanoes was the latest adventure for the managing director of Sidlesham company Wagner Renewables.

Bonding at the Aldingbourne Trusts Casino Royale employer ball

Employers praised for supporting people with learning disabilities

Aldingbourne Trust’s first employer ball proved to be shaken not stirred.

Cyril and Muriel Mills have celebrated their diamond wedding

Celebrating 60 years of marriage

Diamond duo Cyril and Muriel Mills met through cycling and have been in tandem ever since.

Claire Featherstone has won Best Hair Loss at the inaugural Spotlight Awards, for her chemotherapy headwear range

Headwear wins top prize at inaugural cancer awards

Lodsworth designer Claire Featherstone has won a top prize in the first year of new cancer awards.

Cutting the ribbon to launch the new STEM Academy at Worthing College

New academy launched with big bang

Science, technology, engineering and maths came alive at a Big Bang Fair at Worthing College.

Store manager Martyn Compton with Selsey Community First Responders chairman Dennis Collins, Bernie Stevens, Phil Ingram, Tim Watson, Frank Doel, Ruby Watson and Liz Watson

Donation will fund defibrillator

Selsey Community First Responders have received a £500 donation from Asda after the town’s new store issued a call-out for residents to nominate a good cause.

Free services are offered to help patients with managing the effects of cancer

Volunteer therapists sought by hospitals

Qualified complementary therapists are sought to support a free hospital service for patients affected by cancer.
Lili Boutique's sister shop in Petworth, still under wraps

Chichester boutique business expands to Petworth

A Chichester fashion store is expanding to Petworth.

Arundel CE Primary School was given 100 vests to mark International Walk to School Month

Bright idea to improve safety

Children who walk to school have been given hi-vis vests so they can be seen more easily.

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