Nominations time for Arun Youth Community Awards

Do you know a young person aged between 11 and 19 who deserves to be recognised in the community?

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Billy and Chris Blanchard-Cooper as Ugly Sisters for Littlehampton Musical Comedy Society's winning float at last year's Littlehamtpon Town Carnival

Charity gala performance is a mayoral first

Theatre companies, dancing schools and choirs are joining forces for the first charity gala performance of its kind.

Social worker Phil Clarkson has written his first children's book about building self esteem

PICTURES: New children’s book focuses on self esteem

Social worker Phil Clarkson has drawn on his own experiences to write his first children’s book.

Joe Neale, Schoolsworks lead English teacher, with children from River Beach Primary School and Edward Bryant School at Chichester Festival Theatre

Young writers inspired by trip to theatre

Talented young writers watched a performance of Beauty and the Beast to end a term focusing on the classic story.

The charities' representatives were overwhelmed with the generosity shown

Charities ‘overwhelmed’ by food donations

Students have been praised for their efforts in collecting 1.3 tonnes of donations for people in need in their community.

Chris Darlington had many friends in the Worthing area in the 1960s and 1970s

Former mushroom firm boss remembered

A leading light in a family mushroom business in years gone by has died at the age of 78.

Neil Graham, left, is one of five firefighters to be deployed to Bangladesh

Shoreham man joins team fighting diphtheria in Bangladesh

A specialist firefighter from Shoreham has gone to Bangladesh as part of the first deployment of the UK’s Emergency Medical Team.

Peter James is author of 12 consecutive Sunday Times no.1s and his books have sold 19 million copies worldwide

Author hosts ‘evening with’ for charity

Bestselling crime and thriller writer Peter James will talk about his life and extensive career in aid of Care for Veterans.

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Arundel Walking Tours has gone from strength to strength, adapting for the benefit of guests and offering a variety of ways to discover the history of the town

History brought to life with turn-up-and-go tours

Postman Martin Alderton has turned his love for Arundel into a thriving business.

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Themes and emotions of The Snowman story ' emphasising happy times and creating memories rather than the sad ending ' made the character the ideal ambassador for a children's hospice

Birthday patrons for Chestnut Tree House revealed

The Snowman heads up a list of new patrons preparing to help Chestnut Tree House children’s hospice celebrate its 15th birthday in 2018.

One of the watercolours featuring local landmarks and scenes

Everyone’s a winner for cancer charity

Artist Paul Winner is to donate 50 of his watercolours to raise money for Cancer Research UK.

Ali Golds has been recognised for channelling negative experiences into positive achievement

Businesswoman proud to be named among female groundbreakers of 2017

Entrepreneur Ali Golds has been named in a national review of the female groundbreakers of 2017.
Everyone was appreciative of the efforts made by the students

Community party organised by students

The Student Union at Worthing College organised a fantastic Christmas party for senior citizens.

The information kiosk enhances the character of a peaceful, rural area

Volunteers needed to care for information kiosk

The Wiggonholt Association is looking for volunteers willing to help clean the telephone kiosk information booth in North Stoke.

Charlie Fielding on his road to recovery after suffering a spinal injury which has left him paralysed from the waist down

Sharks supporters help two-year-old Charlie

Sussex Cricket Foundation’s appeal to help a two-year-old Angmering boy has raised £707.

The bell ringers from St Margaret's Church, led by Jill Howell

Carol concert raises £1,168 for Hospice at Home

Around 150 people attended Ham Manor Golf Club’s annual carol concert at the Angmering clubhouse.

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A total of 218 young people were nominated for this year's EPIC (Exceptional People in Care) Awards

Celebrating achievements of children in care

Exceptional children in care were celebrated at the annual EPIC Awards.

To round off a year of successful courses, 14 young people took on the tough challenge of completing FireBreak at Bognor Regis Fire Station

FireBreak graduates praised for enthusiasm

Students from a number of schools showed great enthusiasm in completing West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service’s FireBreak course.

Compere Graham Tyler with Sussex West County Guide Choir and the Friendship Singers

Carol concert ‘overwhelmingly successful’

Rustington Parish Council hosted a feast of festive music and merriment at its annual community carol concert.

Littlehampton mayor Billy Blanchard-Cooper with some of the Reindeer Romp runners

PICTURES: Reindeer Romp 2017

Pupils and staff galloped around the school playground for their second annual Reindeer Romp in aid of Chestnut Tree House children’s hospice.

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