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Wigmore Athletic 1949/50

Wigmore’s talented team members identified

Terry Lamb wrote in after seeing this photo of the Wigmore Athletic football team from the 1949/50 season in Looking Back.

Worthing remembers with pride

Profiles of the Worthing men who died in September 1914 while serving in the First World War.

Worthing Pier Pavilion  The Main Entrance

A professional appraisal of the Adshead & Ramsey project

In 1920 the Worthing Corporation purchased the town’s pier for £18,978, and five years later the characterful “lemon-squeezer” kiosks at the land-end (Looking Back, July 24) were demolished, and work started on the building that occupies the site today.

The fascia between Chloe Antiques and Business Sales Sussex, in Brighton Road, Worthing

Fascinating fascist discovery in Worthing

I made a fascinating discovery on the Brighton Road recently.

Local people watch display of fireworks from Bridge Street, later renamed Queen Street. Image courtesy of Eric Nash

The Royal visit to Arundel of 1846

Over the years, a number of monarchs have visited Arundel, not always with good intentions.

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