Worthing and Lancing A27 route announcement delay criticised

When Highways England announced its vision for the A27 between Worthing and Lancing, it received a frosty reception.

East Worthing and Shoreham MP Tim Loughton cuts the ribbon to open Vision Express at Tesco in the Holmbush Centre

Importance of eye tests highlighted

East Worthing and Shoreham MP Tim Loughton is encouraging people to have regular eye tests after officially opening a new optician.

Pauline Heryet and Janet Williamson choosing a new bed

Wonderful winner donates her prize for charity

A volunteer who won a Wonderful Award proved just how wonderful she is by donating her prize.


Demolition of Worthing's Teville Gate car park complete

The last standing piece of the multi-storey car park at Worthing’s Teville Gate has been demolished.

Artist's impression of the new building, seen from the car park, with the view of Arundel Castle retained

Lido expansion plans take giant leap forward

Expansion plans that will turn Arundel Lido into a community hub for the town have been approved.

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GATCOM chairman speaks of achievements as retirement announced

Dr John Godfrey is stepping away from his work at Gatwick at a time when the airport ‘is in very good shape’.

Snippet from Worthing Herald of August 14, 1942, about Heinkel crash in Lyndhurst Road

Herald report on wartime aircraft crash in Worthing inspires book

A Worthing Herald report on a Second World War German aircraft crash has served as the inspiration for a new book by a Worthing author.

Hastings Pier. Photo by Eddie Mitchell.

COUNTY NEWS: Rumour of pier sale sparks protest gig

Employees are to hold a protest against rumours a popular Sussex pier will be sold to Sheikh Abid Gulzar from Eastbourne Pier.

Staff from Sussex Asphalte before the Worthing 10k

Roofing company marks 70th anniversary in style

Staff at a family roofing business took to the streets to raise money for charity as part of celebrations for its 70th anniversary.


PICTURES: Train Party launches after-school club

Littlehampton mum Sarah Baker has turned her son’s love of trains into a family-run business.

The new F for fish and chips 10p at The Fish Factory in Worthing

Coin hunt comes to Worthing

The Fish Factory has been chosen by The Royal Mint for its Great British Coin Hunt.

Anne Thwaites, Fran Corney, Andy Sparsis and John Booker in front of the Last Fisherman Standing history wall in The Fish Factory in Brighton Road, Worthing

Worthing fishing project celebrates two years of achievements

A fishing project has reflected on its successes after two years of raising the profile of Worthing’s fishing industry.

Lydia Townsend is a finalist in the Student Design Award 2018

Northbrook design student is a Penguin finalist

Northbrook MET student Lydia Townsend has been shortlisted for Penguin’s Student Design Award 2018.

Oskar de Rocha and Kostya Petrov

COUNTY NEWS: 'Cereal and doodle cafe' opens in Sussex

They've been popping up in London over the last few years, but now a cereal cafe has opened its doors in Sussex.

The team behind the Bistrot Pierre project on Worthing promenade at the public consultation in St Paul's Church in Chapel Road, Worthing

Plans for seafront bistro with retractable roof get unveiled

Plans for a seafront shelter to be transformed into a French bistro have been unveiled to the public.

Candle Scentral in South Street is to close down

Candle shop in Worthing to close down

The lights are set to go out on a candle specialist shop in Worthing after three years of trading.

A fiery weekend of Filipino barbecue is promised

Barbecue bash with chef seen on TV

A fiery weekend of Filipino barbecue will give Worthing people the chance to try pickle recently seen on television.

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Seafront shelter transformation plans to go on show at exhibition

Seafront shelter transformation plans to go on show at exhibition

A public exhibition is being held today where plans to transform a seafront shelter into a quality eatery will go on show.

Picture: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Carphone Warehouse to close 92 stores as profits tumble

Nearly 100 Carphone Warehouse stores are to close this year as the retailer’s new boss pledges to “take action” to tackle challenges in the firm’s troubled mobile phone unit.


Has your favourite Worthing curry house made the top 14?

Curry is one of the most popular dishes in the UK and there is even National Curry Week every October to celebrate the dish.

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