REVIEW: Birdsong captures the First World War at The Capitol, Horsham

Birdsong, stage version by Rachel Wagstaff, The Capitol Theatre, Horsham, April 23 (show runs until April 28)

Theatre and Comedy
Outgoing Loxwood manager Dave Cocoracchio and replacement Gareth Neathy (right) in the dugout earlier in the season. Picture by PW Sporting Photography SUS-171123-105219001

New manager Neathy ready for the challenge at Loxwood and is backed to succeed

Gareth Neathy has been backed to continue the good work at Loxwood when he takes over as the new first team manager at the end of the season.

Ellie Thornton

Charitable foundation set up in the name of ‘extraordinary girl’ Ellie

A charitable foundation has been established in the name of Ellie Thornton who died after a tragic road accident at Thakeham.

Jason Gillespie / Picture by PW Sporting Photography

Gillespie hopes ‘a bloke down the pub’ can help inspire Sussex

Jason Gillespie has revealed the coaching philosophy he hopes will carry Sussex to cricketing success this summer.

Care home placements suspended amid police probe into deaths

Care home placements suspended amid police probe into deaths

A block on admission of new council-funded residents to all care homes run by a company at the centre of a police investigation has been put in place by West Sussex County Council.

TRAVEL ALERT: Lorry crash blocks village road

TRAVEL ALERT: Lorry crash blocks village road

A village road has been blocked following a crash involving a lorry this afternoon (April 26).

Loxwood v Arundel FC. 01-04-17. Loxwood manager Dave Cocoracchio. Pic Steve Robards  SR1706366 SUS-170304-113916001

Outgoing Cocoracchio has ‘wonderful memories’ after ‘unbelievable’ seven years at Loxwood

Outgoing Loxwood boss Dave Cocoracchio says he has had an ‘unbelievable’ seven years at the club and will take some ‘wonderful memories’ with him when he leaves at the end of the season.

Action from Albion's FA Cup defeat to Manchester United. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Johnny Cantor: Albion face a daunting finish but don’t bet against some strange results

As the season end approaches, everyone has begun to be asked what their favourite game, goal or moment of the season has been.

MP Nick Herbert. Picture: Derek Martin

MP calls for reversal of rail timetable changes in Hassocks

MP Nick Herbert is calling for rail timetable changes in Hassocks to be reversed.

Clementine Lovell

Mozart double bill in Arundel

Pop-Up Opera bring a Mozart double bill The Impresario and Bastien & Bastienne to St Nicholas’ Church, Arundel on Saturday, May 12 at 7.30pm (tickets on or phone 01903 882262).


Top pianists converge on Worthing

The fourth Sussex International Piano Competition is being held at Worthing’s Assembly Hall from Tuesday, May 8-Sunday, May 13.
Lewis Dunk celebrates scoring against Arsenal. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Hughton hopes to keep star players

Brighton boss Chris Hughton says the club want to keep hold of their best players as rumours today linked defender Lewis Dunk with a summer move to West Ham.

Chocolate tins used to smuggle £220,000 of cocaine through Gatwick

Chocolate tins used to smuggle £220,000 of cocaine through Gatwick

Tins of hot chocolate were used in an attempt to smuggle four kilos of cocaine through Gatwick Airport.


"Forgotten genius" rediscovered in Chichester

Angela Zanders (piano) returns to the Funtington Music Group in May to give a lecture/recital on the music of Fanny Mendelssohn-Hensel.
Coming to Southampton

80s classics in new musical An Officer and a Gentleman

Emma Williams originated the new stage musical version of Love Story in Chichester’s Minerva Theatre eight years ago.
Chance to play on the same stage as UB40

Chance for local bands to play at major Haywards Heath concert in front of 5,000

Two aspiring local bands looking for their big break will get the chance to share a stage with music greats UB40 and The Gipsy Kings at Haywards Heath, in an exciting new competition launched by Boundless and Neil O’Brien Entertainment.

Chief Inspector Miles Ockwell PPP-170313-162506007

Drug crime policing is ‘top priority’ for police chief, Billingshurst meeting hears

Tackling drug dealing and organised crime is at the ‘top of the list’ of priorities for Horsham’s police chief.

The car after the collision. Photo by Sussex Police

VIDEO: Shocking dash cam footage shows drink-driving teacher’s journey through Sussex

The journey of a drink-driving teacher travelling through Sussex has been captured in shocking footage released by police.

Campaigner Norman Clarke of Ni4H with a North Horsham resident'signing the petition to stop an incinerator from being built in Horsham SUS-180423-140025001

Developer joins battle against incinerator plans

Developers behind plans for one of the biggest housing projects in Horsham have joined the fight against proposals to build a new incinerator on its doorstep.

Lost in London

Horsham publisher’s book to be read on BBC by Sir Elton John

Sir Elton John will be reading a book published by a Horsham-based company on CBeebies Bedtime Stories.

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