Club supports teen player with charity day

Shoreham Football Club has chosen a very personal cause to support at this year’s annual charity event.

Hanover Care staff celebrating the 'good' CQC rating. Photo: Derek Martin DM1842180a.jpg

Worthing carers toast a clean sweep of good ratings

Carers are celebrating being rated good for the way they look after people who need it.

Celebrating Record Store Day and National Autism Awareness Month at SOLD charity shop in Shoreham. Photo by Derek Martin DM1842404a

Great vibe at SOLD for Record Store Day celebration

Record Store Day was celebrated in Shoreham on Saturday with a day of music at SOLD, the Shoreham Opportunities for Learning Disabilities charity shop.


Sussex runners take part in London Marathon

Runners from all over Sussex completed the Virgin Money London Marathon on Sunday (April 22), raising money for a number of good causes.

Promotional material for the Fashion and Wellbeing Charity Ladies Night. Picture: Uflourish with Naomi

Ladies night organised to help twins’ parents

A support group for women is organising a fashion show to raise money for a member with newborn twins.

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Malcolm Robinson with his two awards is pictured with Lynda Rigby from IBMS

Worthing man named Biomedical Scientist of the Year

A Worthing man whose pioneering project in memory of a young boy has been rolled out in hospitals around the UK has been named Biomedical Scientist of the Year.

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PICTURES: Pet day supports campaign against animal testing

Dogs had their day at The Body Shop in Littlehampton as part of a fun day raising awareness of animal testing.

Health news

Sussex mental health trust had 262 serious incidents last year

The mental health trust for Sussex has defended the high number of serious incidents it recorded last year.


Pet crematorium plan for Tangmere

A unique crematorium just for pets could be coming to Tangmere.

Naomi Ferrett-Cohen has created a unique garden for RHS Chelsea 2018 to help break down the stigma of HIV infection for young people

Shoreham designer makes debut at RHS Chelsea

Shoreham garden designer Naomi Ferrett-Cohen has landed her debut charity garden at the Chelsea Flower Show.


VIDEO AND PICTURES: Fun day marks Frontline Associates Supported Tenancies’ 15th anniversary

Music and games in the sunshine were enjoyed as part of Frontline Associates Supported Tenancies’ 15th anniversary celebrations.

First year service for the Rolls-Royce SRH

COUNTY NEWS: World’s smallest Rolls-Royce has helped a child a day at Sussex hospital

A mini electric Rolls-Royce donated to a children’s ward at a West Sussex hospital has gone in for its first year service.

Richard Foster

Ambulance chairman to step down

The chairman of Sussex’s ambulance service is to step down just a year into the job due to health reasons.


VIDEO: Meet the Shoreham teen who needs a new heart

A teenager who needs a heart and lung transplant has been told to wait until his condition worsens before he can have the treatment.

Nick Herbert with Arundel resident Stephen Nightingale

Arundel MP meets man with prostate cancer ahead of £75m funding

MP Nick Herbert has welcomed the government’s £75m funding boost to help thousands of men with prostate cancer get treatment earlier and faster.

A High pollen count is forecast for Peterborough this week

Warm weather brings ‘high’ pollen count and problems for Sussex hay fever sufferers this week

There is a ‘high’ pollen warning for Sussex this week, according to Met Office forecasts.

Health news

Faster way to access physiotherapy introduced

People registered with GP practices in Haywards Heath and Burgess Hill can now self-refer to access physiotherapy.

Cancer support charity Penny Brohn UK is bringing its flagship Living Well course to Worthing

Free course offers support with cancer

A leading cancer charity is hosting a free support course in Worthing.


West Sussex’s women more likely to be admitted to hospital with an alcohol related condition now than five years ago, data reveals

West Sussex’s women are more likely to be admitted to hospital with an alcohol related condition now than they were five years ago, data reveals.

Hooklands Nursing Home in Bracklesham. ks170121-1

‘Significant improvements’ made at Bracklesham care home

Hooklands Care Home in Bracklesham has now been taken out of special measures following a recent inspection.

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