Crafts and gifts at Christmas fair

Jamie’s Wish Trust is holding a Christmas craft and gift fair with live music.

Whats on
The Chaucery Memorial in Chaucer Avenue, Rustington

Coffee morning for garden funds

Fundraising to help maintain a memorial and garden in Rustington continues with a coffee morning.

Whats on
Steve and Debbie Brattle and family present a cheque for �3,561.60

Families and friends urged to get together to help hospice

Thousands of pounds have been raised for St Barnabas House as part of The Big Get Together.

Wick Information Centre manager Julie Roby with volunteers celebrating its 20th birthday Picture: Steve Robards SR1726571

Wick Information Centre celebrates 20th birthday

A valuable community service for Wick is celebrating its 20th birthday.

Jonathan Black presents Lynn Freeman with her prize for her quilted picture of East Beach In Littlehampton

Landscape challenge set for quilters

Lovely landscapes were produced by Wick quilters after they were challenged to think outside the box.

Lady Emma Barnard, the High Sheriff of West Sussex, with principal Umbar Sharif, head boy Joseph Rickman and head girl Lauren Bramley

High Sheriff visits academy

Ormiston Six Villages Academy has welcomed Lady Emma Barnard, the High Sheriff of West Sussex, to the school.

Robert Burgon, master of the Worshipful Company of Plumbers, presenting Phil Mead with the industry heritage award

Plumbing heritage award honour

Museum volunteer Phil Mead has received a prestigious heritage award for services to the plumbing industry.

Stand-up comedian Lucy Bee is bringing together comedic talent from a wide area

Tickling funny bones for Children in Need

Acts from across London and the south coast will be coming to Chichester for a charity Comedy Quackathon.

Theatre and Comedy
Caroline Roberts-Quigley, community fundraiser at Chestnut Tree House, with Brook Barn Lodge members, from left, Bill Frecknall, John Byford, Eric Mardell, Charlie Ward and Mick Boyland

Lodge supports children’s hospice

Freemasons from a Worthing lodge have raised £2,000 for Chestnut Tree House.

Gill Walby completed her 60 challenge in slightly over two hours

Diving in to sister’s 60 challenge

Rustington ‘mermaid’ Gill Walby dived straight in when her sister set a challenge for her big birthday.

Leukaemia Care support groups are for people affected by blood cancer, including patients, their family and friends

Blood cancer support group set to launch

A new support group is launching in Chichester to help people affected by blood cancer.

Year-two students Isla Howdle, front, and Daisy Wheatley with part of the play trail that is currently out of action

Help needed in bid for play trail funding

Pupils at East Preston Infant School are desperate for new outdoor fitness equipment as their dilapidated play trail is often out of action.

Matt Lewis visits County Hall to see his framed photograph, a stunning aerial view of Worthing Pier at night

Best of West Sussex is on our doorstep

Views from across the Herald and Gazette area feature in four winning photographs showcasing the best of West Sussex to visitors.

Chief executive Suzanne Millard with Worthing mayor and mayoress Alex and Fran Harman

Two charities propose joining forces

Guild Care is proposing to join forces with Worthing Littlehampton District Scope.

You do not need previous military experience to become an Army Cadet Force instructor

Adult instructors urgently needed by army cadet force

Army cadets in the area are in desperate need of new instructors.

Trisha Stubbings founded the Brighton to Worthing Pier Walk for Worthing Hospitals breast cancer unit and Chestnut Tree House

Trisha’s legacy continues

The legacy of one-in-a-million fundraiser Trisha Stubbings continued with a charity night at Calcutta 16 in Shoreham.

George Bryant-Nichols with his cheque at Chestnut Tree House

Parkrun challenge inspirational

Young runner George Bryant-Nichols has completed an epic parkrun challenge.

Bonding at the Aldingbourne Trusts Casino Royale employer ball

Employers praised for supporting people with learning disabilities

Aldingbourne Trust’s first employer ball proved to be shaken not stirred.

Students carry out a litter pick on East Beach as part of a pilot project being run by the GreenSeas Trust

Litter pick forms part of a beach bin project

Littlehampton beach is the focus for a pilot project that could help solve a marine environmental crisis.

Cutting the ribbon to launch the new STEM Academy at Worthing College

New academy launched with big bang

Science, technology, engineering and maths came alive at a Big Bang Fair at Worthing College.

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