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VOLUNTEER COLUMN: Give time to something you care about

If you care about something, whether that’s animals, the environment or a particular group of people, why not volunteer some of your time to help?

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The flu vaccine is available for free to vulnerable groups

HEALTH AND CARE: Protect yourself and your unborn baby this winter – get the flu jab

Pregnant women in West Sussex are being encouraged to get a flu jab.

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Hugh Lowson

ST BARNABAS: St Barnabas House and Chichester College joins forces for apprenticeship scheme

We are pleased to have recently been able to take on two new members of staff who have joined us on a one-year apprenticeship via Chichester College.

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Sir Peter Bottomley

SIR PETER BOTTOMLEY: Giving and receiving

During the weeks coming up to Christmas, we will be receiving greetings and presents from friends and family. Royal Mail delivery offices will be busy.

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Life on Tapp

Elderly care is an age-old dilemma

Gandhi once famously said that you can judge a country’s greatness by how it treats its animals, a sentiment that us Brits have long taken to heart.

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Chris Adam Smith

WHISPERING SMITH: Princess Marina and memories of Leonard

In this cockamamie, noisy, frightening, cruel and uncertain post-Trumptonian world it is a welcome and unusual change to find a little oasis right on your very own doorstep. Well I have.

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VOLUNTEER COLUMN: Make a difference in your community and have fun at the same time

By spending some time volunteering, you can help to make a difference in your community at the same time as having fun.

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Western Sussex Hospitals chairman Mike Viggers

HEALTH AND CARE: Keeping our eye on the ball for hospital services

By Mike Viggers, chairman of Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

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Hugh Lowson

ST BARNABAS: echo to provide 24/7 telephone support service for patients in last year of life

In October a new service called echo (end of life care hub for Coastal West Sussex) was launched.

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Rt. Revd. Mark Sowerby, Bishop of Horsham

Hospitality to the stranger

Driving the roads of Sussex at present, I pass lots of new housing, freshly occupied or under construction, some ready and waiting for the first occupants to move in.

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The Duke of Edinburgh and Prince Harry open the Field of Remembrance at St Margarets Church

SIR PETER BOTTOMLEY: Remembrance and thanksgiving

We all enjoyed the Rotary ‘Young at Heart’ concert on Saturday at the Salvation Army’s Worthing Citadel.

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Sussex PCC's video log: The alarming scale of elder abuse across Sussex

Two Sussex Elders' Commission members appeared alongside Sussex Police & Crime Commissioner Katy Bourne on BBC Radio 4’s You & Yours recently talking about the rise in fraud against older residents.

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Blaise Tapp

You've a snowflake’s chance in hell of us keeping quiet over Trump

Am I an honorary snowflake? That is the question I have been asking myself during these first few days of what are bound to become known as the Trump Years.

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Chris Adam Smith

WHISPERING SMITH: Snaring, Christopher Robin and bums on seats...

I was extremely disappointed by councillor Dendle’s comments in last week’s Gazette about the continued practice of snaring animals on Norfolk Estate.

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VOLUNTEER COLUMN: Don’t put it off – get involved in the community and Volunteer Now!

Local charities and organisations are crying out for more volunteers to help them provide much-needed services.

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Help support your NHS by using the right services this winter

HEALTH AND CARE: How to stay well this winter

Winter can be seriously bad for our health, especially for people aged over 65 and those with long term health conditions.

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Hugh Lowson

ST BARNABAS: How do you get referred to St Barnabas?

Sometimes people aren’t entirely sure about how patients are referred to the hospice, so I thought I would take the opportunity in my column this week to explain how our referral process works.

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Our poppy is not a political symbol: Armistice Day Comment

Wembley tonight will be no place for the neutral.

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Cite du Vin

A taste of the future at Bordeaux’s Cité du Vin

If you ever needed another excuse to visit the fabulous city of Bordeaux (as if!), then this is it.

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Lord Watson speaking on Churchills great speeches

SIR PETER BOTTOMLEY: Two days – Trump and Churchill

Americans may not have expected Theresa May to become the UK Prime Minister after the unexpected decision in our European referendum.

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