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Cakes to bake for Macmillan’s Coffee Morning

Macmillan’s World’s Biggest Coffee Morning takes place this Friday so here are some scrumptious cake recipes from Waitrose for you to try.

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PICTURES: Crowds turned out in force for carnival events

Marcus Agar’s report on the 1988 Southwick Carnival, from the Adur Herald of Friday, September 23, 1988, with pictures by Gerald Thompson.

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PICTURES: Worthing welcomes food lovers to enjoy its ‘best festival yet’

Visitors enjoyed a huge variety of delicious cuisine at this year’s Worthing Food Festival, which many are callling the ‘best festival yet’.
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Robin, Erithacus rubecula, perched on bowl of windfall apples in garden.

Less is more for wildlife in your garden this autumn

The autumn may encourage many gardeners to do a major tidy up to make eveything look neat and tidy for the next few months.

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Perfect time to sort out autumn colour in the garden

With the soil warm from summer and moist from autumn rain, now is the perfect time to get out in the garden and plant for brilliant autumn colour.

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Kitchen secrets revealed by Richard Onslow head chef

It’s part of a magician’s code never to share the secrets of their tricks.

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Thousands of sheep in pens await the bidding at Findon Sheep Fair on Saturday, September 10, 1966

More sheep and better prices at Findon Sheep Fair in September ‘66

More than six thousand people flocked to Nepcote Green over the weekend for three days of fun, but it was all business in 1966 when the annual Findon Sheep Fair also included the traditional sheep auction.

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St Andrews Church, Ferring

Norman church which began life in Saxon times

A report from Ferring History Group’s (FHG) latest meeting which included a talk about St Andrew’s Church.

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PICTURES: An FA Cup run to remember for Worthing

Worthing Football Club suffered FA Cup heartbreak at Dorking Wanderers on Saturday, but their run in the competition was far more successful 35 years ago.

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Christs Hospital School grounds

Bluecoat School was established for education of poor children

A former deputy head at Christ’s Hospital, Horsham, William Avenell gave a very interesting and insightful talk on this special school.

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House of Colour

Colour co-ordination helping women rediscover their identity

Have you ever wondered if you could work harder on your look? Gina Stainer gets expert help on getting her colours right.

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A birds eye view of the rooftop post and shelter in the 1960s

Appeal for photos of Second World War lookout post opposite Worthing Pier

I am trying to further my research by locating some old photographs of the building which today houses the amusement arcade, Harry Ramsden’s, The Royal Arcade, Richard John and other businesses, directly opposite Worthing Pier.

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Rustington’s important role in the Great War to be revealed

The important role of American fighter pilots based at Rustington, Tangmere and Ford aerodromes during World War I will be revealed at a conference hosted by the University of Chichester next week.

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Variety is the spice for younger tea drinkers

Variety is the spice for younger tea drinkers

While builder’s tea - milk, two sugars - may be the stereotypical cuppa for most Brits, it seems that younger consumers are more adventurous in their leaf of choice.

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One in ten UK holidaymakers stopped at airports due to misplaced tech

One in ten UK holidaymakers stopped at airports due to misplaced tech

More than one in ten UK holidaymakers have misplaced an electronic device in their luggage, resulting in them being stopped by airport security, according to a new report.

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Tips for growing your own

Mention growing your own fruit and veg and almost everyone will tell you how much better home-grown produce is than stuff you can buy in your local supermarket.

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The Little Magna team, from left, waiter Fazlur Rahman, waiter Onofrei Bogdah, manager Millad Chowdhury, cook Miron Marius, cheft Majnu Meiah, kitchen assisatnat Onofrei Marius and waiter Raj Meah. Picture: Liz Pearce LP170677

Celebrity chef at our Curry House of the Year

A relaxing restaurant with loyal customers and a family feel has been named the Herald and Gazette Curry House of the Year 2017.

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Gardening tips for gardens in August

Gardening tips for gardens in August

Garry Winwood of Stone Cross Garden Centre looks at how to help your garden through August.

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Gin a firm favourite after a chequered history

Gin a firm favourite after a chequered history

Sally Pavey speaks to a local couple about the renaissance of gin.

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The L'Omirans Best Dressed winner 2016 Sarah Weston. Picture: Matt Sills

Win a trip to South Africa at Goodwood’s Ladies’ Day

Traditionally, Ladies’ Day has always been the day of Glorious Goodwood most associated with glamour.

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