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TIM DREW: Community engagement vital in fighting crime

The blueprint for local policing in Sussex in 2020 was unveiled by Assistant Chief Constable Laurence Taylor at a presentation to Sussex Neighbourhood Watch members in Lewes last Tuesday, June 14, with the prioritising of the protection of the vulnerable, relentless pursuit of criminals and strong community engagement at its core.

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The Childrens Parade in Steyne Gardens last Saturday

ROTARY ROUND-UP: Great to see children get involved

This week, Kim Woodley, from the Rotary Club of Worthing, gives an update on the latest and future goings-on.

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For more about Volunteer Now! on their website - www.do-it.org

VOLUNTEER COLUMN: Stop thinking about volunteering and do it

With hundreds of roles available, suiting a whole range of interests and time commitments, there’s no reason not to start your volunteering journey today.

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Ian Hart

IAN HART: Default setting: if in doubt, blame Theresa May?

Like many others of my generation, I’m struggling to recall a period in our lives with a more sustained amount of pain, hurt and suffering in a relatively small space of time.

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The Cover Up, Mate campaign was launched on Monday

HEALTH AND CARE: Outdoor workers urged to Cover Up, Mate

Men who spend a lot of time outdoors are being urged to protect themselves against the sun this week.

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Hugh Lowson

ST BARNABAS: Hospice shortlisted to be Sainsbury’s local charity of the year

With temperatures soaring last week it was really nice to see some of our Day Hospice patients outside in the courtyard potting plants and enjoying the sunny weather.

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Dr Rob Marshall

Getting together has never been so important.

So now we know! Brighton kick off their first ever Premier League campaign with a home game against Pep's Manchester City. What a day that will be!
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Tim Loughton with Laura Tarling from the Post Office

TIM LOUGHTON: Light relief after another sombre week

Amidst all the tragic news of further terrorism attacks and the horrific fire in Kensington last week there was little to celebrate.

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Sir Peter Bottomley

SIR PETER BOTTOMLEY: Inspired practical leadership

One of the great benefits of the newspapers, the print media, is the speed of reaction.

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Ian Hart

IAN HART: The poll we didn’t need

As former British Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli is reported to have said: “There are three kinds of lies: lies, damned lies and statistics.”

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Louise Margaret on the tricks she uses to make household chores more bearable

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Sussex PCC Katy Bourne

Sussex PCC's video log: Top ten tips for keeping safe from fraudsters

"In the UK, our population is ageing; the proportion of those aged over 65 has never been greater.

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Alexia

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Alexia Rowley on how to cope with being appraised by a child.

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For more about Volunteer Now! on their website - www.do-it.org

VOLUNTEER COLUMN: Find out how you can get involved and make a difference

Last week was Volunteers’ Week and if our stories of how volunteers make a difference in our local area have inspired you to get involved, we can help!

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Tim Drew

TIM DREW: Police advise public to ‘be alert but not alarmed’

Though the judicial system as it applied to anti-social behaviour dominated proceedings at the last meeting of the Central Ward Neighbourhood Panel, other topics including changes to policing in the wake of the Manchester bombing and anti-social driving were discussed.

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Hugh Lowson

ST BARNABAS: Henfield charity shop celebrate tenth birthday with volunteers and supporters

I had the pleasure of attending our Henfield charity shop’s tenth birthday on Thursday, May 25.

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Students Holly Suter and Colin Parker with Rotarians John Bayley and Sue Virgo, who attended the Gala Graduation Night at the Ashurst Outdoor Activity Centre, near Box Hill, Surrey.

ROTARY ROUND-UP: Youth meets the challenge

This week, David Chapman, from the Rotary Club of West Worthing, gives an update on the latest and future goings-on.

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The trust wants patients and their families to share their experiences

HEALTH AND CARE: Help shape improvements to mental health services

Are you receiving help from mental health services?

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Ian Hart

IAN HART: How do we combat future threats?

A Channel 4 documentary entitled The Jihadis Next Door, which aired last year and featured one of the London Bridge killers, Khuram Butt, has sparked some controversy this week.

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Worthing Rotary Club is hosting its annual car boot sale later this summer

ROTARY ROUND-UP: The art of psychology

This week, Kim Woodley, from the Rotary Club of Worthing, gives an update on the latest and future goings-on.

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