All the latest news, sport and entertainment is in this week’s edition of the Worthing Herald, which hits newsstands today (February 11).
In this week’s paper, read about the war veterans from across the county have been presented with the highest decoration in France.
Members of the Market Garden Veterans Fraternal gathered in Chichester for the ceremony and were presented with the Chevalier (Knight) degree of the Legion D’Honneur.
Find out more about the men in this week’s paper.
There’s news about a new heritage project which has received funding to research the history of Worthing Society for the Blind.
Project manager Chris Hare is looking to recruit and train a team of research volunteers, who will use the society’s extensive archive as the basis for their research.
Pick up a copy of this week’s paper to find out how to get involved.
We’ve also got loads of photos from the weekend’s inaugural Worthing Half Marathon.
Over 1,400 runners took part in the race with the winner coming home in an impressive time of one hour and eight minutes.
In this week’s nostalgia pages, art historian Genista Davidson takes a look at how Sussex has embraced its Art Deco buildings over the past ten years.
It’s also time to cast your vote for Gym of the Year.
Fill out the voting form in this week’s paper to choose your champ from out top ten finalists.
We have the latest court case results, roadworks and listings for our readers.
And, of course, we have all the usual columnists, parish pump, picture specials, features and entertainment to keep our readers busy.