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Chatsmore celebrates students’ successes

Special awards were presented when 2017 leavers returned to their Goring school to collect their GCSE certificates.

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Darren Collins with David Walliams at the Richmond Theatre

Car enthusiast works with David Walliams

Southbourne car enthusiast Darren Collins has spoken of his pleasure in driving comedian and author David Walliams to his London premiere.

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Father John Nuttall with members of the congregation outside St Mary of the Angels Church. Picture: Derek Martin DM17113305a

Red Wednesday campaign calls for respect

A Worthing church has been bathed in red light to support an international campaign for persecuted Christians and others across the world.

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Karen Russell shows Nuni Gerard-Pearse one of her creations. Picture: Kate Shemilt ks171460-1

PICTURES: Jamie’s Wish Christmas fair

Christmas crafts and gifts made for a splendid display at St Mary’s Church hall in Littlehampton on Saturday.

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Father Chris Ingle led the grandparents' liturgy

Celebrating grandparents

Grandparents have been celebrated at Chatsmore Catholic High School.

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Crafty Creations is one of the stalls planned for the Christmas craft and gift fair. Picture: Kate Shemilt ks16000958-3

Crafts and gifts at Christmas fair

Jamie’s Wish Trust is holding a Christmas craft and gift fair with live music.

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Cavell House chef Chris Pollard with the table of cakes

Charity grateful for support

Shoreham care home Cavell House welcomed nearby residents for a Macmillan coffee morning.

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High Tide by Lucy Marks

Landscapes selected for show in London

Worthing painter Lucy Marks has had three landscape paintings selected for a prestigious London exhibition.

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Blaise Cloran designed a more efficient method of diagnosing hepatitis

Worthing students in national final of new competition

Girls from two Worthing schools have reached the national final of a new science-based competition.

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The Chaucery Memorial in Chaucer Avenue, Rustington

Coffee morning for garden funds

Fundraising to help maintain a memorial and garden in Rustington continues with a coffee morning.

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Steve and Debbie Brattle and family present a cheque for �3,561.60

Families and friends urged to get together to help hospice

Thousands of pounds have been raised for St Barnabas House as part of The Big Get Together.

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Choral society takes new direction

Fernhurst Choral Society will break new ground when it performs a concert of jazz and swing, accompanied by the Matt Robinson Jazz Trio.

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Wick Information Centre manager Julie Roby with volunteers celebrating its 20th birthday Picture: Steve Robards SR1726571

Wick Information Centre celebrates 20th birthday

A valuable community service for Wick is celebrating its 20th birthday.

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The school has recently taken on a new member of staff, who is keen to expand its sports programme

Playground plans for Stedham need support

Stedham Primary School has big plans for the playground but help is needed with getting the funding.

Education
Sue Krost had her head shaved to raise awareness of brain injury

Head shave raises awareness of brain injury

Head injury can happen to anyone at any time, as Sue Krost knows only too well.

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Jonathan Black presents Lynn Freeman with her prize for her quilted picture of East Beach In Littlehampton

Landscape challenge set for quilters

Lovely landscapes were produced by Wick quilters after they were challenged to think outside the box.

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Lady Emma Barnard, the High Sheriff of West Sussex, with principal Umbar Sharif, head boy Joseph Rickman and head girl Lauren Bramley

High Sheriff visits academy

Ormiston Six Villages Academy has welcomed Lady Emma Barnard, the High Sheriff of West Sussex, to the school.

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Chidham Primary School pupils with Chichester MP Gillian Keegan

School welcomes visit from MP

Chichester MP Gillian Keegan has visited Chidham Primary School as part of Citizenship Week.

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REVIEW: That’s Entertainment Too, Barn Theatre, Southwick

Following the success of That’s Entertainment a year ago, Southwick Opera is presenting another all-singing, all-dancing tribute to film and stage musicals in That’s Entertainment Too.

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Shoreham College re-enacts the Great Fire of London

Spectactular re-enactment of great fire

Children were quite happy to see their hard work go up in flames for a re-enactment of the Great Fire of London.

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