Handy, pocket-sized pruner with high carbon tool steel precision blade for a clean cutting action.
Meet our new agony aunt, Dear Veronica
Cut your engine, cut pollution!
Get nominating in West Sussex’s care ‘Oscars’
Sussex artist is a Guest in JMW Turner’s House
Tour of Britain adds to Town Day celebrations
Another 95 Better Roads prepared and repaired in West Sussex
Have your say on plans for the new Lyminster Bypass
The annual Town Day Dow Show in Victoria Park returns with fun for all the family
Garden Lovers Treated to Rare glimpse of West Sussex National Plant Collection
Not bird song or ‘Water Music’ but Gilbert & Sullivan in the wetlands
Would you like to be a newspaper columnist?
Danny’s Comedy Club comes to Crawley
The Sussex Newspaper is 10 years old today !
East Sussex Youth Groups Inspired By First Aid Training
Free courses to help local people back to work
Celebrating the arrival of high-speed broadband in Wisborough Green
Congratulations as GCSE results arrive
When it comes to cleanliness, dignity, a good environment, and nutrition, Worthing and St Richard’s hospitals have been rated as the PLACE to be cared for. The hospitals have once again been awarded great scores in the PLACE scores – Patient-Led Assessments of the Care Environment – published this week by the Health & Social(…)
The Sussex Newspaper is proud to announce a new talent joining our ranks. Celebrity agony aunt Veronica Rosebush is one of the world’s top newspaper columnists. With a career spanning several decades she has offered advice to readers in four continents. Now Veronica will be bringing her considerable talents to The Sussex Newspaper as our(…)
The Marine Conservation Society is looking for people to join beach cleans around the county coastline The UK’s leading marine charity says it hopes people who love the coast around Sussex will take part in a nationwide beach clean event which includes clean-ups at Bognor, Worthing, Brighton, Rottingdean, and Rye. The Marine Conservation Society (MCS)(…)
Motorists are being encouraged to help improve air quality in the Hassocks area by turning off their engines while waiting for the traffic lights at Stonepound Crossroads. West Sussex County Council has installed new ‘cut engine – cut pollution’ signs on each of the four approaches to the crossroads, to remind drivers that they(…)
Do you know a fantastic carer in West Sussex? Has a local care organisation shown outstanding care to you or someone you know? Now is the time to nominate them for the West Sussex Care Accolades, the county’s ‘Oscars’ for care workers. The awards recognise the hard work and dedication of people working in a(…)
Turner’s House Trust continues its season of ‘living art’ with an open studio exhibition by Sussex artist, Katie Sollohub, currently artist in residence at Turner’s House, the Twickenham country villa that Britain’s renowned and much-loved artist JMW Turner designed for his own use in 1813. The exhibition – ‘A Guest in Turner’s House’ – features(…)
Are we becoming a police state after the pantomime of the Yorkshire Police Force who not only invaded the home of our Knight, but also named him in a possible “Witch Hunt.” I understood it to be that you were innocent until proven guilty in a court of law. In this case it does seem(…)