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Record number of visitors at garden open weekend

Records were broken at Channel View garden in Goring as more than 400 people visited over one weekend.

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Rosslyn Road residents have planted nine new trees. Picture: Adrian Towler

Tree project for Shoreham launches

The Shoreham Society is launching a new project with the aim of bringing more trees to the town.

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Crowdfunding campaign launched for second Arundel Bypass challenge

A crowdfunding campaign has been launched to raise money for a second legal challenge to the Arundel Bypass plans.

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Eyed hawkmoths are a large moth with eye markings on its hindwings that it uses to startle predators.

Arundel Wetland Centre celebrates bug month with moth workshops

Pale hassock, flame-shouldered and light brocade sound like a fashion show but these creatures may eat the clothes instead of wear them.

These are moths found at Arundel Wetland Centre by reserve manager Paul Stevens on his wildlife surveys.

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A snapping turtle. Pic: Sarah Standing

Warning after snapping turtle spotted at a Sussex yacht club

A harbour conservancy group has taken to social media to ask locals to be vigilant after a snapping turtle was sighted 'walking about' at the marina yacht club in Birdham, near Chichester.

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VIDEO: Council defends work as gull nests destroyed at Teville Gate

A resident living opposite Teville Gate who claimed he saw two gull nests being destroyed by demolition workers has criticised the council for not taking conservation seriously.

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Will Flewett by a flood sign under the bridge in November 2016

New gate to prevent ‘chronic’ road flooding in Shoreham

A solution to the ‘complex issue’ of chronic flooding under a Shoreham railway bridge has finally been secured.

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VIDEO: Residents protest trees facing the chop at Audi showroom

Campaigners against two ‘beautiful’ trees being felled are getting to the root of the issue by protesting.
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Members of Ferring Conservation Group cleaning the beach. Thomas Kearns is left in front row

Beach clean encourages interest in litter issues

Dedicated members of Ferring Conservation Group met at Ferring Beach for the second beach clean of the year, to tackle litter issues in the area.

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Worthing Beach has been awarded a Seaside Award by Keep Britain Tidy for 2018

Worthing Beach gets top national award

Worthing Beach has been recognised as one of the best in the country after winning the coveted Seaside Award for the second year running.

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GALLERY: Freedom of Worthing honour for Richebourg

The French town of Richebourg has received the Freedom of Worthing, to honour the special link between the two towns.

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Shoreham Horticultural and Allotment Society's annual plant sale. Picture: Barry Hillman

Shoreham plant sale best yet

Shoreham Horticultural and Allotment Society’s annual plant sale was its best yet.

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Worthing rooftop beehive scheme one step closer to reality

Worthing rooftop beehive scheme one step closer to reality

Organisers behind a fundraising campaign to launch a beehive scheme in Worthing are buzzing after reaching their target.

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GALLERY: Projects large and small highlight the growing action to help environment

Environmental issues are more important than ever, as demonstrated by the government announcing a deposit return scheme for plastic bottles, banning microbead products and aiming to ban plastic straws.

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Oliver Faragher is Deputy Member of the Youth Parliament for East Arun, Adur and Worthing

Oliver set to take a seat in Youth Parliament

Shoreham College student Oliver Faragher is looking forward to his first meeting as a Deputy Member of the Youth Parliament.

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The outfall pipes in Lancing Beach will be removed. Photo: Rampion

Warning as work to remove outfall pipes in Lancing begins

Works to remove a disused outfall pipe from Lancing Beach will begin today, in a move which will help improve the beach environment, a Rampion spokesman said.

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VIDEO: Where The Wild Flowers Grow launch

Residents are being asked to care for new wild flower sites across Adur and Worthing.

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Blubells in Thakeham

Bluebells springing into season in Sussex

Sussex is home to some of the most beautiful woodland areas that the country has to offer, and with spring well underway it means one thing – bluebell season is here.

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Extra teams will help mend potholes in West Sussex

Even more repair teams are being dedicated to tackling potholes in West Sussex, with an additional two ‘seek and fill’ gangs starting work soon.

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Worthing mayor Alex Harman cuts the ribbon to launch Eco Open Houses Worthing. Pictures: Kate Shemilt ks180172-1

Eco homes open their doors

Transition Town Worthing has launched its fourth Eco Open Houses Worthing, in collaboration with Green Open Homes.

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