HEALTH matters, roadworks, parking and events – they are just some of the essential local topics covered in this week’s Worthing Herald.
Out today, and priced 80p, the Herald is packed with all the latest local news, sport and entertainment information.
As well as our popular nostalgia section, letters’ page and columnists , this week has a special feature on volunteers and the vital role they play in our communities.
On the subject of volunteers, the Be Cancer Aware campaign, co-ordinated by Albion in the Community in partnership with Adur and Worthing wellbeing, is calling for people to champion its early detection message.
Find out about the campaign and how to get involved in this week’s Herald.
There is also a story about Carers’ Week, which includes details of events taking place locally for carers and their families.
The Herald strives to give readers helpful and essential information and so, this week, has a full list of local roadworks and road closures which could impact drivers’ journeys in the area.
There is also an update on the cheaper parking trial in Worthing and how it has impacted on the number of people parking in the town.
And, there are two reports about local hospitals facing increasing pressures when it comes to staffing and coping with increased demand on services. Find out the full details in the Herald.
In our entertainment section this week, we have a special spread with full details of the very first Worthing WOW (World Of Words) festival which is happening later this month.
The finalists in our Salon of the Year competition are also revealed.
And, readers can follow our boys in Brazil with a free wallplanner.