Pick up a copy of this week’s Worthing Herald for all the latest news and find out more about the latest community stars nominations.
Time is running out for people to nominate their Herald & Gazette Community Stars in our annual competition.
The awards are in their sixth year and we already have dozens of nominations for people who make a difference in our community.
But we want to hear about even more people – those people who are so kind and selfless but never get the recognition, or do not think they deserve any.
Now is the time for you, the readers, to help the Herald & Gazette highlight these people and say thank-you.
There are 15 categories in this year’s awards, including Best Volunteer, Health Hero, Charity of the Year, Super Senior, Mini Marvel, Best Friend, School Star and Sporting Achievement.
Further details and a nomination form can be found in this week’s Herald, out tomorrow.
People can email us nominations, including the nominee’s name and contact details, to email@example.com
Also in the Herald this week is the latest on the fears surrounding the decision to award a multi-million pound NHS contract to private company Bupa CSH Ltd.
There are concerns over how the changes could impact on Worthing Hospital’s A&E. Read the full story in today’s Herald.
Don’t miss some great offers in the Herald this week.
We have a £10 off voucher to use at Frankie and Benny’s throughout September.
There’s also a buy one get one free ticket offer to see Oh, Behave – starring award-winning behavourist Jez Rose – at Worthing’s Connaught Theatre on September 26.
This week’s Herald also comes with a free 12-page holiday pull-out, helping readers find their perfect breaks for 2015 at great prices.
Pick up your Herald today, priced 80p.