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8 things you need to know about Saint George’s Day

It’s Saint George’s Day today - the day we celebrate England’s patron saint. Or the day we moan about how we ought to celebrate him, whilst not doing anything to actually celebrate him ourselves.

Cliff's wastcoat will be auctioned for the Mary How Trust

Bid to win Cliff Richard’s waistcoat

A waistcoat owned by Cliff Richard is to be auctioned to raise funds for a Pulborough-based charity.

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Artist impression of Prewetts Mill development.

REVEALED: Works to begin at Prewetts Mill

Details for a scheme to develop an historic Horsham site have been revealed.

Not running the London Marathon? – Try one of the other 22 Most Popular Marathons in the World

Not running the London Marathon? – Try one of the other 22 Most Popular Marathons in the World

With the London Marathon coming up this weekend, new research from finds the world’s other most-run marathons, how much it costs to run them, and what they offer, both on the course and off it.

The first community meeting to Build a Better A27. Money for the scheme now seems to still be in place. ks170126-8 SUS-170603-202843008

Chichester’s £250m A27 cash ‘still available’

The cash to pay for vital improvements to the A27 around Chichester is still available, a letter from Jim O’Sullivan the chief executive of Highways England seems to suggest.

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A pothole spotted in the district earlier this year. Pic Steve Robards  SR1704662

Resident’s relief in battle to fix ‘dangerous’ potholes

A resident has spoken of his relief after winning a battle to get ‘dangerous’ potholes along a major road fixed.

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Haywards Heath Cricket Club was vandalised for the ninth time in 18 months. Photo contributed by Matt Jones.

Heartbreak as cricket club targeted by vandals for ninth time

The chairman of a cricket club has spoken of his heartbreak after a clubhouse was broken into for the ninth time in 18 months.

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Hundreds left without phone lines over Easter

Hundreds of homes were left without phone lines throughout the Easter Bank Holiday weekend.

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Whopping £1 million donation to RSPCA animal charity

A massive £1 million cash bonanza has been given to the RSPCA animal charity by major insurance firm MORE TH>N.

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COUNTY NEWS: Traders answer DIY SOS for Sussex family

Hit TV show DIY SOS has been ‘absolutely inundated’ with offers from trades people across Sussex to help transform a family’s home.

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Video: How to make the perfect brew this ‘National Tea Day’

Just as selecting the best tea is important for a great cuppa, so are the minute details of preparation such as the water temperature, the infusion time and the quality of water.

Adrian Taylor. Picture courtesy of Sussex Police

COUNTY NEWS: Man jailed after punching female police officer unconscious

A man who attacked a police officer, leaving her with a severe head injury, has been jailed.

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COUNTY NEWS: Disabled girl in wheelchair turned away from Sussex venue

A disabled little girl from Sussex was left upset and disappointed after she and her family were turned away from a crazy golf course because it was ‘not wheelchair friendly’.

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Billion pound Horsham development set for approval

Plans for up to 2,750 homes and a business park north of Horsham could be approved next week as officers have recommended the scheme be approved.

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COUNTY NEWS: Police seek man seen punching and kicking muzzled dog

Police are investigating after a man was caught on CCTV appearing to punch, kick and pour a pint over a muzzled dog.

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Covtec in use at a footpath crossing in Whitstable. Image contributed.

Automated train ‘horn’ alert at Pulborough rail crossing

An audible warning device has been installed at a footpath level crossing in Pulborough.

UPDATE: Firefighters tackle ‘deliberate’ blaze in Horsham

UPDATE: Firefighters tackle ‘deliberate’ blaze in Horsham

Firefighters have battled a ‘deliberate’ blaze in Horsham this afternoon (April 20).


Union protest outside Parliament to mark year since start of Southern dispute

A rail union is set to protest outside Parliament to mark one year since the start of strikes on the Southern network.

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Upper Beeding School 2002

Cheeky little monkeys of 2002 are all grown up now

Here are a few pictures from 15 years ago.

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