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Victims’ advocate visits Sussex to hear how police are tackling stalking and fraud

Progress in cracking down on stalking was among the topics on the agenda when the Victims’ Commissioner visited Sussex on Thursday.

Crime
This picture shows members of the Ebernoe Young Farmers' Club who won the annual entertainments competition of West Sussex Federation of Young Farmers' Clubs with their entry, the second act of "The Farmer's Wife", at the Herbet Shiner School, Petworth. This picture was taken in 1974

Young Farmers Club members of 1974 celebrate competition win

This picture shows members of the Ebernoe Young Farmers’ Club who won the annual entertainments competition of West Sussex Federation of Young Farmers’ Clubs with their entry, the second act of “The Farmer’s Wife,” at the Herbet Shiner School, Petworth.

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Weather: Sussex to be hit by heatwave

Weather: Sussex to be hit by heatwave

Temperatures are set to rise above 30 degrees Celsius as a heatwave rolls in across much of the county, according to the Met Office.

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Violinist Kamila Bydlowska goes walkabout during the performance at Chesswood Primary School. Picture: Stephen Goodger

Rare opportunity for musical Worthing school

Two professional musicians who have played all around the world stopped off at a Worthing school for a surprise live performance.

Education
The Hermitage and the cottages in Church Lane, Sompting

Popular Sompting Old returns

Explore the history of the area with the return on Sompting Old.

Lifestyle
Crowds gathered for the tenth birthday party at Summerlea School. Picture: Stephen Goodger L39191H8

Rustington school prepares to celebrate 20th birthday

Summerlea School will be celebrating 20 years of learning with a big party.

Education

Watch: Rapturous celebrations in Brighton as England score

Brighton beach was the setting for rapturous celebrations among England fans as Harry Kane made it 2-0 from the penalty spot this afternoon.
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The team at Lotus Styling

Lotus Styling salon raises £1,000 for charity

A Bognor Regis salon has been fundraising to support the fight against prostate cancer.

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Isabelle Combes with her cousin Fletcher before he died of a rare childhood cancer

Cake sale held in memory of young cousin

Student Isabelle Combes has raised £630 for charity with a cake sale in memory of her nine-year-old cousin.

Education
The team at St Lawrence Surgery in 2016, when they received an outstanding CQC report. Picture: Derek Martin DM16150476a

NHS celebration features free health checks

St Lawrence Surgery is celebrating 70 years of the NHS with a community event for everyone in Worthing.

Health
The Band of the Grenadier Guards is most famous for the changing of the guard at Buckingham Palace

Grenadier Guards join Littlehampton Armed Forces Day parade

The Band of the Grenadier Guards will be on parade in Littlehampton as part of an epic Armed Forces Day.

Politics
NCS

A once-in-a-lifetime experience for young people of all backgrounds

A government-backed programme is helping transform the lives of young people aged 16 and 17.

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The Budding Chef's Club was chosen to feature in a music video

Worthing cooking club picked for music video

A new children’s cooking club in Worthing has already proven it has the recipe for success.

Education

Video: Watch how Lionel Richie reacted to proposal at his Hove concert

Lionel Richie was upstaged by a proposal at his Hove concert.

Music
Metal thefts on the rise in Sussex, police say

Metal thefts on the rise in Sussex, police say

Metal thefts across Sussex are on the rise, according to Sussex Police.

Crime
Figures have been released by Jobcentre Plus

South East residents spend £100 a month on their appearance

People living in the South East spend £3,323.80 every month, according to personal finance manager Money Dashboard – the third most after the East of England and London.

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Learning good brushing techniques at Little Rascals Day Nursery in Worthing. Picture: Derek Martin DM1862400a

Nursery children learn importance of oral hygiene

First smiles are all important but oral health remains a major concern, with nearly one in three children starting school with visible signs of tooth decay.

Education
Members of The Cheddar Club in Worthing with organisers Robin and Mary-Jane

Club ‘injects a bit of humour’ into people’s lives

Worthing’s new friendly club for older people is really starting to take off.

Whats on
Every pupil who took part in The Big (Sunny) Walk received a certificate and a cereal bar when they arrived at River Beach Primary School in Littlehampton

Pupils go the extra mile to promote walking to school

How do you encourage your classmates to walk to school?

Education
Dan Baldwin is honoured to be able to support the vital work carried out by Blind Veterans UK

Former soldier takes on 100k challenge for Blind Veterans UK

Being a soldier was a ‘brilliant experience’ for Dan Baldwin and now he wants to give something back.

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