Rocks turn corner – and see long road ahead

The Rocks reflected on a four-point haul from two games but admitted: We’ve a long way to go yet.


Video: Argos to start Black Friday three hours early

As the UK counts down the final few hours to the start of Black Friday - the busiest online shopping day of the year – Argos has announced it will officially start the big day three hours early at 9pm.

Three Bridges First School in the summer of 1953. Picture: Stan Prior

School days and sporting fun from the early 1950s

It has been more than 70 years since Three Bridges First School opened its doors to its first cluster of tiny children.

Albion boss Chris Hughton. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Hughton: These are the days we've worked so hard for

Chris Hughton says days like Saturday's trip to Manchester United is what Albion worked so hard to gain promotion for.
Kate Mahon, Josephine Rich, Ashley Mahon and Pauline Mahon at the Burgess Hill Bonfire in 2001

All fancy dressed up for a very colourful bonfire night

The people of Burgess Hill certainly know how to throw a Bonfire Night party.

Ballet Boyz are at The Dome, Brighton, on November 28-29. Picture by Panayiotis Sinnos

ENTERTAINMENT LISTINGS: Friday to Thursday, November 24-30

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

Theatre and Comedy
7th Horsham Guides and Brownies

Plenty of fun, frivolity and jollity in 1982

These pictures were published in the County Times in 1982 and show some of the things the area’s fun-loving folk got up to when they weren’t at work or at school.

Boom-town Horsham among top ten towns for property

Boom-town Horsham among top ten towns for property

Houses sold in boom-town Horsham are currently among the highest-priced in the UK.

Too many fireworks?

Letter: Food-banks, fireworks and council houses

Doubtless, some of your readers will dismiss my views as those of a miserable old killjoy - or worse!

Your Say
The Great British Bake Off

Could you be the next Great British Bake Off champion?

Are you brilliant with brioche and marvellous with meringue - well now's your chance to prove it.
Letter: Billingshurst road swamped with heavies

Letter: Billingshurst road swamped with heavies

I believe that it was short-sighted to route the Billingshurst bypass west of the village as very little heavy commercial traffic uses this road whereas the A272 is swamped with heavies with a particular narrow entrance/exit from the High Street.

Your Say
Flowers left at the scene of where the woman was found outside flats in Baffins Lane

Woman, 28, found dead in Chichester is named

The woman who was found dead in a Chichester street last month has been named by police.

Albion celebrate Pascal Gross' goal against Stoke on Monday. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

A handy guide on what to buy Brighton fans for Christmas

With Christmas just around the corner, there is plenty on offer to buy Albion fans of all ages this year.
Hays Travel Bognor Regis is asking for help

Mission to fill room with toys

A travel agents have embarked on a mission to fill the play room at St Richard’s Hospital with new toys.

The Wipers Times is at Chichester Festival Theatre. Picture by Kirsten McTernan

Ten things to see in Sussex, Friday to Thursday, November 24-30

Wondering what do over the next seven days? Here are ten of the best events.

Theatre and Comedy
Swan Lake

Love, terror and an evil curse in Tchaikovsky’s Swan Lake

The Russian State Ballet and Opera House, featuring a live orchestra with more than 30 musicians, brings Swan Lake to The Hawth, Crawley, on Thursday, November 30 (7.30pm).

Skerryvore. Picture by Kris Kesiak

Skerryvore bring celtic rock to Horsham’s Capitol

Skerryvore are out on the road in their biggest year so far, under the ambitiously-titled Live Forever Tour.

James Merrett and Chloe Gilmour try out their skill on the ice. Picture by Kate Shemilt ks171472-8

Bognor’s ice rink opens for business

There’s no guarantee it will snow this winter but one thing that’s certain is Bognor will be dancing on ice.

The performers at the end of the concert in front of Grace Robinsons artwork. Pictures by Melvyn Walmsley

REVIEW: Performing arts concert at St Wilfrid’s helps Friends of Chernobyl’s Children

Charity concert in aid of Friends of Chernobyl’s Children, St Wilfrid’s Church, Haywards Heath, November 18


Amazon accused of ‘ruining Christmas’ over lack of packaging

Amazon is facing a backlash over its lack of packaging on a number of deliveries in the build up to Christmas.

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