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Entrance to the army camp, Slonk Hill, near Shoreham-by-Sea, c1914 Picture: Courtesy US Government; Imperial War Museum

West Sussex’s vital role in war push video

This is the latest in a series of articles published as part of a two-year Library Service project to research how West Sussex was affected by the First World War.

Published by Harold Camburn, Tunbridge Wells

‘Just a P. C. of the boat we went to Worthing in on Tuesday night’ video

The paddle steamer that for almost one-third of its 41 years was known as Worthing Belle – and held in great affection by the town after which she was named – was built at the Glasgow shipyard of Barclay, Curle & Co in 1885 for the North British Steam Packet Co.

Remembering Worthing’s fallen – December 1914

The Worthing men who died in December 1914 while serving their country in the First World War.

West Tarring Boys Club football team, c1952

Players in old West Tarring Boys Club football team picture now all named

This photo of the West Tarring Boys Club football team from around 1952 was originally featured in Looking Back in November.

Ulph & Sons butchers shop, in East Street, Shoreham

History of a former Shoreham butcher

There will be few people in Shoreham today who remember a little butcher’s business in East Street called Ulph & Sons.

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