Read on for the top 10 stories in Littlehampton last year

Littlehampton's top stories of 2018 in pictures

As 2019 begins, we are taking a look back at the Littlehampton Gazette's biggest stories of last year.

Read on for the top 10 articles which captured your imaginations this year. For the full stories, copy the caption next to each picture and search for it in Google.

In May, more than 500 people attended the funeral of Westley Wes Campbell. The 37-year-old, from North Ham Road, was known to many for being part of Littlehampton Golf Club and football and cricket clubs in Littlehampton, East Preston, Angmering, Rustington and beyond.

1. Hundreds pay respects to 'Littlehampton's legend'

In May, more than 500 people attended the funeral of Westley Wes Campbell. The 37-year-old, from North Ham Road, was known to many for being part of Littlehampton Golf Club and football and cricket clubs in Littlehampton, East Preston, Angmering, Rustington and beyond.
UGC
Buy a Photo
On Christmas Eve, a man was attacked with a machete in Lawrence Avenue, Rustington - and it was our second most-read story. A man has since been charged with attempted murder.

2. Armed police arrest 'machete attacker' on suspicion of attempted murder in Rustington

On Christmas Eve, a man was attacked with a machete in Lawrence Avenue, Rustington - and it was our second most-read story. A man has since been charged with attempted murder.
Eddie Mitchell
Buy a Photo
The Look & Sea Centre going into administration was the third most-read story of 2018. The landmark building closed for good in August, and 2019 looks like the year it will be turned into a restaurant.

3. Great sadness as Look and Sea Centre in Littlehampton goes into administration

The Look & Sea Centre going into administration was the third most-read story of 2018. The landmark building closed for good in August, and 2019 looks like the year it will be turned into a restaurant.
Derek Martin
Buy a Photo
In September, teenager Kurtis Donat from Durrington was banned from West Sussex after puncturing the lungs of two teenagers and injuring another in a knife attack in Littlehampton town centre in March

4. Teen banned from West Sussex after puncturing lungs of victims in Littlehampton stabbings

In September, teenager Kurtis Donat from Durrington was banned from West Sussex after puncturing the lungs of two teenagers and injuring another in a knife attack in Littlehampton town centre in March
Eddie Mitchell
Buy a Photo
View more