Athletes produce marathon magic in Boston and London

Boston, Massachusetts, held its 121st marathon – one of the six biggest marathons in the world – and two Bognor Tone Zone Runners took part.

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‘Hesworth Common bear must be repatriated’ claims Fittleworth sculptor

‘Hesworth Common bear must be repatriated’ claims Fittleworth sculptor

Sculptor Jon Edgar, who lives in Fittleworth has joined the debate on Hesworth Common’s newest resident.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2

Film review: Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 (5 out of 5)

It’s safe to say there were a few confused faces when, after several successful superhero movies, Marvel announced they were turning to one of their more obscure comic series.

Pagham under-21s with the cup / Picture by Roger Smith

Under-21s are Pagham’s latest trophy winners

Pagham Under-21s took control in the early stages of the SCFL Under-21 Challenge Cup final against Seaford with the darting runs of Joe Kilhams feeding frontrunners Josh Irish and David Crouch.

Recent Selsey action, this against Mile Oak / Picture by Kate Shemilt

Selsey sink Seaford... Stags and Robins are beaten

There was a win for Selsey in their final game of the SCFL division-one season, but a defeat for Midhurst. And division-two champions Bosham slipped to defeat at Cowfold.

Creating arrangements at the spring flower workshop

Spring flower workshops success

The Flower Shop in Wick has held two very successful and fully-booked spring flower workshops.

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Crawley club’s cash boost from Gatwick fund

Thirty-two projects across Sussex, Surrey and Kent have been awarded £100,000 in the most recent round of grants from the Gatwick Foundation Fund.

Chi City on the attack against Lancing / Picture by Tommy McMillan

City go off the boil as Lancing lance them

Alex Fair bagged a double as Lancing came from behind to beat Chichester at Oaklands Park 2-1 in the SCFL premier division in City’s last home league game of 2016-17.

Residents of Barttelot Road are protesting over parking in Zone A in Horsham. Heather Grabham in the foreground. Pic Steve Robards  SR1708677 SUS-170426-101132001

‘We are all suffering’... Desperate plea to change town centre parking

Residents are making a desperate plea for a change to parking rules in Horsham after struggling to get spaces outside their homes.

Top-order batsman Jibran Khan has joined Roffey from Crawley Eagles. Pic Steve Robards  SR1616436 SUS-160614-084415001

Davies eyes historic fourth straight Roffey title success

Roffey captain Matt Davies knows they’ve got exactly what it takes to win four Premier League titles on the bounce – something that has never been achieved.

Cows milk, not soya, best for kids

Cow’s milk, not soya, best for kids

Cow’s milk is best for kids to support their growth and development, a new study found.

Paul Mansell has raised thousands for Dreambuilding

‘Mad cap’ explorer make history and raises thousands for St Wilfrid’s Hospice

An ‘eccentric explorer’ has helped make history with a successful expedition to the North Pole and so far raised £10,000 for St Wilfrid’s Hospice’s new home.

Cricket in Susses is open to all

Sussex cricket event will focus on ability - not disability

Sussex Cricket has announced the return of its annual Disability Cricket event.

Mark Weston, from the RSPB watching from the viewing area at Chichester Cathedral

Peregrine cam goes live from Chichester Cathedral

Peregrine cam has gone live today from Chichester Cathedral.

Liberty Property Trust's latest plans for North of Horsham development SUS-160930-104412001

Decision delayed on billion pound North Horsham housing scheme

A decision on the billion pound North Horsham housing development has been delayed with the application referred to all councillors.

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Stocks being removed in the Carfax in the 1980s.

VIDEO: Do you remember Horsham in the summer of 1989?

Swan Walk shopping centre was a building site, roads ran through the middle of the Carfax and a petrol station stood proud in North Street, Horsham has certainly changed over the past 30 years.

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Picture of Gatwick Airport supplied by Jeffrey Milstein

MP backs multi-millon investment at Gatwick Airport

The MP for Crawley has backed a multi-million pound investment at Gatwick Airport which is expected to provide more than 100 jobs.

Chatsmore Catholic High School was entering Rock Challenge for the first time

Rock Challenge finalists praised

Strong messages were sent out by students in the Rock Challenge Southern Open Final A at Portsmouth Guildhall.

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Horsham to Barnham line re-opened but delays for passengers still possible

Following a fault with the signalling system earlier today (Friday April 28) between Horsham and Barnham all lines are now open.

Dinosaur World is at The Capitol, Horsham, on May 1


Concerts, stage shows, exhibitions and stand-up comedy gigs across Sussex.

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