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Sleepout highlights rise in homelessness

With the number of rough sleepers on the increase, Worthing Churches Homeless Projects says its annual sleepout is an important way to highlight the issue.

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Tying messages to the Holocaust Memorial Tree in Beach House Park, Worthing, as part of last year's service. Photo by Derek Martin DM1612529a

Holocaust Memorial Day services planned

The power of words will be the focal point for this year’s Holocaust Memorial Day.

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The Kier Group team with pupils at Seaside Primary School

Workshops help highlight safety at level crossings

Safety at level crossings has been highlighted in workshops for children at two Lancing primary schools.

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Jake Costin and Hannah Pheasant, left, present the cheque at St Barnabas House hospice

Mini takeover has a big effect

Little cars and big hearts took to the race track at Goodwood to raise money for St Barnabas House hospice.

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Brooksteed Alehouse manager John Azzopardi, third right, at Worthing Scopes Fitzalan Howard Day Centre

Community rallies to replace stolen charity cash

Charity money stolen in a raid on a micropub has been replaced – and increased – thanks to the community rallying round.

Crime
Neil Graham, right, with the 24-hour survival backpack he carried everywhere

Firefighter returns from his biggest rescue mission yet

Specialist firefighter Neil Graham has returned from a three-week deployment to Bangladesh, helping combat a deadly diphtheria outbreak.

Health
Durrington High School earned an impressive fifth place in the 2017 Rock Challenge Southern Premier Final

Young performers are ready to rock

Students aged seven to 18 are busy finalising their routines ahead of the performance challenge of their lives.

Education
Pupils from St Marys Catholic Primary School deliver the gifts to Worthing Churches Homeless Projects

Children put school motto into practice

Pupils have been learning it is better to give than to receive.

Education
The Wellington Wailers present ?1,000 to Shoreham lifeboatmen as part of their ongoing fundraising through CD sales SUS-180115-142733001

Panto boosts lifeboat funds

The Wellington Wailers successfully chased away the January blues when they performed this year’s pantomime.

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Widow Margaret Peckham says being able to talk to people again has changed her life

New friendship service 'changed my life'

Members of the RAF family are now able to make new friends from the comfort of their own homes.
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Author Kathryn Evans with Durrington High School students at the book-signing session. Picture: Steve Robards SR1801843

Students excited to meet author

Author Kathryn Evans has visited Durrington High School to help students with creative writing.

Education
A Junior 1 team from Zodiac Allstars has been invited to compete at the Summit Championships in Florida

World-level opportunity for Lancing team

Cheerleaders based in Lancing have been offered entry into a world-level competition.

Sport
The cast for the Phoenix Players' annual pantomime, Sinbad and the Princess

PICTURES: Phoenix Players’ annual pantomime

Thespians from the 50+ Phoenix Friday Club gave a magical performance in their annual pantomime.

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PICTURES: Pupils illustrate international best-seller’s tale

Artwork by year-eight pupils has been used to illustrate the work of international best-selling author Alex Preston.
Education
Exercise therapists, physiotherapists and psychological therapists from Marine Court in Littlehampton experienced life as a firefighter. Pictures: Worthing Fire Station

Day in the life of a firefighter has mutual benefits

Members of staff from The Fire Fighters Charity had a opportunity to experience life on the other side of the fence.

Health
Guild Care says its staff are superheroes who make a difference in the community

Wide range of jobs available at Guild Care

The new year is upon us and all the resolutions in the air may have people considering a new career.

Business

VIDEO: Street clutter awareness event

People with sight difficulties have been helping to show businesses some of the problems they face getting around in Worthing town centre.
Business
Swans on Widewater Lagoon, a stretch of water between Shoreham and Lancing

Lagoon Show launches new talks season

A fascinating look at the history of Widewater Lagoon will launch the new series of Shoreham Society talks.

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Sisters Sharon McHale and Katharine Smith

Sisters set up virtual race to support real marathon

Two sisters have set a virtual running challenge to support their efforts in this year’s London Marathon.

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Dr Friederike G�nzel, senior lecturer in the University of Brighton's school of environment and technology, with the first-year civil engineering students

Close-up look at new tidal walls

First-year civil engineering students have been given a close-up look at the £31million defences being built in Shoreham.

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