WITH just three weeks until one of the most hotly contested General Elections in recent memory, this week’s Worthing Herald gives readers the chance to meet your candidates and see what they have to say.
In our election special, we have given each candidate in the East Worthing and Shoreham constituency a chance to tell you why they think they deserve your vote.
We also have the same from the candidates in Worthing West.
So, don’t forget to pick up your copy of the Herald today, priced 80p.
Also in this week’s Herald, readers can find out about plans for four new minor injury and illness centres which are to be set up in Durrington, Worthing, Shoreham and Lancing.
Patients will be able to access urgent care and support from 8am to 8pm Monday to Friday, and attend pre-bookable chronic disease management and family planning services on Saturday and Sunday mornings at the new centres.
Patients will be able to access the urgent appointments via their own GP practice, once it has filled all of its own urgent appointments.
There will also be a children’s walk-in service from 4pm to 8pm from at least one of the four clinics.
Find out more in the Herald this week.
In the Herald’s special investigation this week, reporter Tom Cotterill delves into the world of recycling after visiting the £15million recycling facility in Ford.
We also have the latest court case results, roadworks and business news for our readers.
And, of course, we have all the usual columnists, parish pump, picture specials, features, entertainment and nostalgia to keep our readers busy.
Don’t forget, if you subscribe to the Herald, you will get it for 64p a week instead of 80p.