Loxwood Primary School celebrates British Science Week

As a celebration of British Science Week, the Year 6 pupils at Loxwood Primary School donned their lab coats and set up a science fair in the school hall. Each group of pupils prepared a simple, visual experiment for younger pupils to experience and learn from.

Ristorante Lake Como by Harry Price

Horsham Museum & Art Gallery will host artist Harry Price

Horsham Museum & Art Gallery will be hosting a selection of work from talented artist Harry Price during a two month exhibition.

Sir Rupert Jackson PC sits in on the debate

Christ’s Hospital School debating society visited by distinguished law professionals

Christ’s Hospital school recently hosted a law debate and careers panel with a number of distinguished special guests.

Will Barnicoat races to second place

Cranleigh School pupil secures second place at the national cross country championships

Cranleigh School year 12 pupil Will Barnicoat beat fierce competition to take the silver medal at the Saucony National cross country championships.

Collyer's students and staff spent five days in Washington DC

Collyer’s students enjoy USA trip

Collyer’s students and staff have just returned from a five day stateside trip, where they studied the politics and history of the USA.


Gallery: Goodwood 76th Members’ Meeting

Snow late on in the year created a dramatic backdrop to the 76th Goodwood Members’ Meeting as these photos from Michael Reed show.

Barratt Homes staff working to give nature a home

Barratt Homes extends partnership with RSPB to continue helping wildlife

A unique partnership between the RSPB and Barratt Homes has been renewed and extended for another three years.

An illustration from Bella the Bee

Bella the Bee book helps children explore identity

A Horsham social worker has written a book to help children explore their identity.

D.W Nye will be on hand to offer advice

D.W Nye to hold a free demo day

The event, held on Saturday March 24, will give customers an opportunity to see the latest tools and equipment

Left to right Jeremy Quin MP. Cllr. Kate Rowbottom, Janet Saunders, secretary of the Horsham'Twinning Association, James Prentice, chairman.

Tribute paid to town twinning association

Councillor Kate Rowbottom has paid tribute to Horsham Twinning Association at their annual general meeting.

The prospective apprentices gathered information at the fair

Horsham Apprenticeship Fair draws crowds

The event offered attendees the opportunity to view the latest apprenticeships on offer.

The Christ's Hospital quartet with their instruments

Christ’s Hospital students play in saxophone recital

Listeners were treated to a musical event at a Horsham school

Pupils showing their theatrical skills

Millais to perform at the Minerva Theatre Chichester

Pupils at Millais have the chance to play a theatre in Chichester

Jodie Azhar (front) gave the students a fascinating presentation

Lead technical artist visits Collyer’s College to discuss careers

Jodie Azhar, a ledaing game designer reached out to students to talk about gaining a career in the industry.

Horrible Histories is coming to the Hawth

Horrible Histories is coming to Crawley

After a hugely successful West End season, Horrible Histories – More Best of Barmy Britain is touring the country for the very first time and can be seen at the The Hawth on Wednesday April 25.

A selection of the drinks on offer during the festival

The Lynd Cross to hold 12 day beer and cider festival

Beer and cider enthusiasts will be able to enjoy up to 15 real ales and five ciders from the UK and overseas during a festival at a Horsham pub.

Aaron McSkimming has been training hard

Horsham company sponsoring marathon fundraiser

Horsham-based company Rudridge is sponsoring a mammoth fundraising effort by a son whose father lost his life to cancer.

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National Championships and National Wheelchair Series Finals in Shrewsbury Club, December 2017

Wheelchair tennis pupil selected for development programme

Cranleigh school boy, Greg Slade, has been selected to be part of a world-leading new programme.

Vintage fun at the Floral Fringe fair

The Floral Fringe Fair returns this summer

A quirky, wildlife-themed fair which will have a vintage twist is set to return for the sixth time this summer.

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