Cotillion returns with new show

Popular folk group Cotillion will make a return visit to St Nicolas' Church, Shoreham, on Saturday.

GALLERY: Children in Need

Children in Need has celebrated a record-breaking year, raising more than £50million during Friday night’s show on BBC1.
Father John Nuttall with members of the congregation outside St Mary of the Angels Church. Picture: Derek Martin DM17113305a

Red Wednesday campaign calls for respect

A Worthing church has been bathed in red light to support an international campaign for persecuted Christians and others across the world.

Father Chris Ingle led the grandparents' liturgy

Celebrating grandparents

Grandparents have been celebrated at Chatsmore Catholic High School.

High Tide by Lucy Marks

Landscapes selected for show in London

Worthing painter Lucy Marks has had three landscape paintings selected for a prestigious London exhibition.

Blaise Cloran designed a more efficient method of diagnosing hepatitis

Worthing students in national final of new competition

Girls from two Worthing schools have reached the national final of a new science-based competition.

Steve and Debbie Brattle and family present a cheque for �3,561.60

Families and friends urged to get together to help hospice

Thousands of pounds have been raised for St Barnabas House as part of The Big Get Together.

Sue Krost had her head shaved to raise awareness of brain injury

Head shave raises awareness of brain injury

Head injury can happen to anyone at any time, as Sue Krost knows only too well.

The company in Flash Bang Wallop from Half a Sixpence

REVIEW: That’s Entertainment Too, Barn Theatre, Southwick

Following the success of That’s Entertainment a year ago, Southwick Opera is presenting another all-singing, all-dancing tribute to film and stage musicals in That’s Entertainment Too.

Theatre and Comedy
Robert Burgon, master of the Worshipful Company of Plumbers, presenting Phil Mead with the industry heritage award

Plumbing heritage award honour

Museum volunteer Phil Mead has received a prestigious heritage award for services to the plumbing industry.

Teachers were transformed into witches, wizards and black widows

Horrifying experience thrills students

Students at Chatsmore Catholic High School had a horrifying experience last Tuesday – and they loved it!

Stand-up comedian Lucy Bee is bringing together comedic talent from a wide area

Tickling funny bones for Children in Need

Acts from across London and the south coast will be coming to Chichester for a charity Comedy Quackathon.

Theatre and Comedy
Caroline Roberts-Quigley, community fundraiser at Chestnut Tree House, with Brook Barn Lodge members, from left, Bill Frecknall, John Byford, Eric Mardell, Charlie Ward and Mick Boyland

Lodge supports children’s hospice

Freemasons from a Worthing lodge have raised £2,000 for Chestnut Tree House.

Wellington Wailers at Shoreham Harbour Lifeboat Station

Sea shanties will raise the roof

Wellington Wailers are returning to the Marlipins Museum in Shoreham in full voice.

Whats on
Matt Lewis visits County Hall to see his framed photograph, a stunning aerial view of Worthing Pier at night

Best of West Sussex is on our doorstep

Views from across the Herald and Gazette area feature in four winning photographs showcasing the best of West Sussex to visitors.

Chief executive Suzanne Millard with Worthing mayor and mayoress Alex and Fran Harman

Two charities propose joining forces

Guild Care is proposing to join forces with Worthing Littlehampton District Scope.

You do not need previous military experience to become an Army Cadet Force instructor

Adult instructors urgently needed by army cadet force

Army cadets in the area are in desperate need of new instructors.

Trisha Stubbings founded the Brighton to Worthing Pier Walk for Worthing Hospitals breast cancer unit and Chestnut Tree House

Trisha’s legacy continues

The legacy of one-in-a-million fundraiser Trisha Stubbings continued with a charity night at Calcutta 16 in Shoreham.

Superstar Arts receives the cheque from The Santander Foundation's Discovery Grants

Charity donation mistaken for a scam

When Superstar Arts was offered £1,000, the management team thought it must be a scam.

Brenock OConnor with Philip Glenister, Lesley Sharp and Rosie Day in Living the Dream on Sky One. Picture: Sky

Former Chatsmore student in new Sky comedy

Former Worthing student Brenock O’Connor is living the dream in a new Sky One comedy drama.

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