EXCLUSIVE local news, special reports, nostalgia, sports and offers – that is just some of the content inside the Littlehampton Gazette – out today (Thursday, May 29), priced 80p.
This week, the Gazette has a report about UKIP’s landslide victory in the Arun district.
There’s also news about a former worker who appeared in court charged with the theft of two speakers from the Windmill Entertainment Centre’s cinema.
The Gazette reveals the war being waged on child sexual exploitation in Sussex – a battle which is being supported by a business in Littlehampton.
Other news includes the latest plans for a new health centre in Littlehampton, as well as the announcement of the new principal for The Littlehampton Academy.
There are some court cases and other local crimes reported in this week’s paper, but also lots of good news including the success of a Wick dancer who reached the live semi-finals of Britain’s Got Talent.
There is also a special picture spread of some of Angmering’s May Day celebrations and a full round-up of East Preston’s Festival.
We have pages packed with pictures from local events and you can read the latest views of our readers and columnists.
Our popular nostalgia section has a fascinating feature on Arundel’s defences during the second world war.
There is also our third instalment looking at the community of the area during the first world war.
And the sports pages are, as always, packed with results and reports from the local sports-scene.
For all of this and much more, pick up your Gazette.
You can also keep up to date with all of the area’s breaking news and videos on our website – www.littlehamptongazette.co.uk