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Air ambulance called to ‘accidental injury’ in Steyning

The air ambulance was called out to an ‘accidental injury’ in Steyning this morning (Thursday, November 23), according to a spokesman.

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Phoebe Martin's dog Inca

COUNTY NEWS: Woman perfectly responds to neighbour’s ‘disgusting owner’ note

A woman perfectly responded to one of her neighbours who left a note calling her a ‘disgusting owner’ by returning a handwritten letter from her dog.

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From left to right: Jane Goring, Jill Turner, Janine Harvey, Joyce Sleight and Janet Pennington. Photo by Derek Martin

Steyning authors prepare to publish first book

Five Steyning women are excitedly preparing to publish their first book containing almost 400 Victorian letters and personal diaries.

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Christmas events across the South Downs this year

Villages and towns across the Horsham district are preparing to get into the festive spirit with upcoming Christmas light switch on and late night shopping events over the next couple of weeks.

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Missing teenager found ‘safe and well’

Missing teenager found ‘safe and well’

Missing teenager Emily Newman who left her college in Pulborough in a distressed state on Monday (November 20) has been found safe and well, according to Sussex Police.

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Steyning Food and Drink Festival launch. Pic Steve Robards

Five Steyning businesses up for food and drink awards

Five Steyning businesses have been shortlisted for the grand final of next February’s Sussex Food and Drink Awards.

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Steyning high street reopened following oil spillage

Steyning high street reopened following oil spillage

Steyning high street was closed between Elm Grove Lane and Church Street due to an oil spillage following a road traffic collision on Monday morning, according to West Sussex Highways.

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Nick Herbert with Tim Lock

MP pledges support for animal welfare

Arundel and South Downs MP Nick Herbert has joined forces with farmers to pledge support for animal welfare.

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Seven boarding students at Steyning Grammar School whose lives were affected by Hurricane Irma

Steyning Grammar raises £5k to support relief effort after Hurricane Irma

Steyning Grammar School has successfully raised more than £5,000 to support a relief effort in the Caribbean after the devastation of Hurricane Irma.

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West Sussex Woodturners with Jennifer Murrell from St Barnabas House

St Barnabas chosen as club’s Christmas charity

The West Sussex Woodturners has chosen St Barnabas House as its chosen charity this Christmas.

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Remembrance services near you this weekend

Remembrance services near you this weekend

A number of services will be held over the weekend to commemorate members of the armed forces who died in the line of duty during the First World War.

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The Duchess of Norfolk, Patron of the homeless charity Depaul
International, and Nick Herbert at the Speakers House at Westminster

MP helps homeless charity celebrate its 30th anniversary

Arundel and South Downs MP Nick Herbert hailed a homeless charity as a ‘brilliant initiative’ during a reception to celebrate its 30th anniversary last week.

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Gail Chandler and Clive Mitchell on their wedding day in 2013. Julia Claxton Photography

Woman to trek through Himalayas in husband’s memory

A woman will be trekking through the Himalayas to raise money for the hospice where she married her late husband in 2013.

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Valerie Manor received an 'outstanding' rating from the CQC. Pic Steve Robards

Care home owner ‘delighted’ with outstanding report

The owner of an Upper Beeding care home said she ‘could not be happier’ after receiving an outstanding rating from the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

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Saagar Patel of Pulborough Stores (front left), is concerned about the impact car parking charges have had on the state of Pulborough's high street.
 Pic Steve Robards

Business owners continue to fight for ‘vanishing’ high street

Business owners in Pulborough’s ‘vanishing’ high street have expressed their disappointment with Horsham District Council after car park charges led to the closure of a village shop.

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Staff at Co-Op food in Steyning dressed up on Saturday, October 28, for the Mac playgroup in Steyning.  Pic Steve Robards

PICTURES: Supermarket raises more than £500 for playgroup

Staff at a supermarket in Steyning helped raise £584.72 for a popular playgroup by getting into the Halloween spirit over the weekend.

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Gatley's Country Store and Pet Shop, in Lower Street, closed for the final time on Saturday

Parish council ‘concerned’ by car park charges

Pulborough Parish Council has said it is ‘concerned’ by the impact of car park charges following the latest closure of a village shop.

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The funds, which have come from developers' contributions, are to expand both surgeries

COUNTY NEWS: Former Oxford professor trampled to death while saving dog

A former Oxford academic died after being trampled by a herd of cows while trying to save his dog, an inquest has heard.

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Auntie Val's Kitchen celebrates being given a fundraisung boost. Val Challis and the team. Photo by Derek Martin Photography

Auntie Val’s given major boost through community support

An award-winning company that requires £10,000 to continue providing employment to people with special needs has been given a major boost.

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Gatley's pet shop in Pulborough. Photo by Steve Cobb

Pet shop owner to close village store

A shop in Pulborough’s high street has become the latest to announce it will be leaving the village for good.

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