St George’s Day lunch helps mark Great War centenary

A patriotic St George’s Day lunch in Arundel helped raise more than £4,000 for Help for Heroes.


GALLERY: Marathon runners raise £80k for hospice

Runners raised £80,000 for Chestnut Tree House children’s hospice in the Brighton Marathon and BM10k.

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VIDEO AND PICTURES: Pyjama week at Puddle Ducks

Children learned all about water safety during a pyjama week at Puddle Ducks Hampshire and West Sussex.

The badger cub, named Monty by Coastway Vets in Shoreham

UPDATE: Monty now with friends

The badger cub rescued in Steyning is now in the care of Harper Asprey Wildlife Rescue in Surrey.

Monty the badger cub is just a few weeks old. Picture: Claire Bond, Photography by Bond

Care through the night saves rescued badger cub

This tiny badger cub has been rescued after getting lost in Steyning.

Members of the Fleet Air Arm Association, South Downs branch, at the Castle Inn, Bramber. Picture: Steve Robards SR1808080

South Downs branch offers fellowship for retired Fleet Air Arm personnel

Former Fleet Air Arm personnel of all ranks meet together to share memories of the Royal Navy.

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Guests enjoying Village Friends' spring lunch at Barnham Community Hall. Picture: Kate Shemilt ks180118-1

Spring lunch celebrates good neighbourliness

Villagers who do not get out of the house much were treated to lunch as a way of bringing people together.

Signalman Paul Charman in Billingshurst signal box before it closed. Photo by Derek Martin

Restored signal box and new engine shed to be opened by TV presenter

Newsreader and presenter Nicholas Owen will officially open the new engine shed and restored signal box at Amberley Museum.

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Teal, a Shetland sheepdog from Arundel, with owner Hayley Telling. Picture: Alan V Walker

Crufts winner chosen for GB squad

Teal, a Shetland sheepdog from Arundel, took a top agility prize at Crufts.

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.

Rachel Alchin, left, with her befriender, Christians Against Poverty community links co-ordinator Trudi Owen. Picture: Derek Martin DM1832028a

Free debt counselling service reaps rewards

Allowing your finances to spiral out of control can be life-changing but help is available to get back on track.

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 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.

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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.

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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: 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.

Award winner Emma Pagett, right, with Lord Beith and Gillian Noble, sales director at ScottishPower

Energy adviser is a heat hero

Home energy visitor Emma Pagett has been named a heat hero at a national awards ceremony.


VIDEO: Science fiction helps save medieval art

Duelling with LED sabres could save an ancient art from dying out.

Suzannah Stacey with one of her beloved podencos. Picture: Irene Allan

Vet’s heartbreaking death leaves rescue centre in crisis

A popular vet who moved to Spain to help set up a rescue centre has died suddenly, leaving the project in jeopardy.


VIDEO: Rescued turtle finds a new home

A 13-year-old Poling girl is to fly to a paradise island to report on injured sea turtle that shares her name.

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