• Call to nominate guardians of Sussex landscapes for prestigious CLA Award

  • Get Up and Running in 2015

  • Committee endorse WSCC budget proposals

  • Funding available for South Mid Sussex good causes

  • Keep an eye on your neighbour during this cold weather, says council chiefs

  • Planned roadworks in Kent and Sussex: Weekly summary for Monday 19 January – Sunday 25 January 2015

  • Volunteer goes extra mile for Shoreham Dogs Trust

  • Panto Audience Gave Generously – Oh Yes, They Did!

  • Christmas dinners come early for West Sussex primary school children

  • WSCC Leader tells Airports Commission the Council must plan now for second runway decision

  • Landlords in Sussex and south west least at risk from rent arrears

  • University of Sussex research is ‘world-leading’, major review finds

  • River Cottage Canteen Winchester named in OpenTable Top 100 Best Restaurants

  • Warning on safety of button cell batteries

  • Have your say on admissions arrangements for 2016

  • French Property Of The Week: Villa St Elisabeth – Provence South of France

  • Walking the Kingdom!

    

Have you heard about the new Sharing Economy?

Have you heard about the new Sharing Economy?

You may be surprised to discover that an entirely new type of economy has sprung up over recent years. The Sharing Economy is based around the idea of people being able to hire goods and services from each other for a short period, rather than having to go to more expensive hire companies or purchase(…)

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When is a clown not a clown?

When is a clown not a clown?

  Cirque Berserk is a show that features a troupe of over thirty jugglers, acrobats, aerialists, dancers, musicians and death-defying stunt men and the award-winning physical comedian Tweedy. As it’s essentially a circus, and he is the “funny man”, that should make him a clown but, as I witnessed, when I saw the show, and as(…)

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Review – Blood Brothers – Assembly Hall Theatre, Tunbridge Wells

Review – Blood Brothers – Assembly Hall Theatre, Tunbridge Wells

  Although it’s initial West End run only lasted six months, winning Olivier Awards for Best New Musical, and for Barbara Dickson’s performance as Mrs Johnstone, hinted at the future potential of Willy Russell’s only musical, Blood Brothers. Reopening, after a year long national tour, in 1988, the show became the third longest running musical(…)

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Strictly Ballroom Magic Comes to Eastbourne

Strictly Ballroom Magic Comes to Eastbourne

  One of Strictly Come Dancing’s most charismatic choreographers and performers, Brendan Cole, returns to the Congress Theatre with his dazzling new show A Night to Remember on Thursday 19th February at 7.30pm. Following on from his previous sell-out shows Live & Unjudged and License to Thrill, Brendan’s exciting new production is bigger and better(…)

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Windy City Musical Blows into Eastbourne

Windy City Musical Blows into Eastbourne

  The classic musical Calamity Jane blows in from the Windy City to Eastbourne’s Congress Theatre from 24th – 28th February in an exciting new production starring West End stars Jodie Prenger (Oliver!, Spamalot and One Man, Two Guvnors) and Tom Lister (The Water Babies, Emmerdale). With an Oscar-nominated score that includes The Black Hills(…)

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Little Children

How childish the Political Parties are getting – the word “CHICKEN” is the word that has been branded on a few senior politicians, but then again, the governing party has been clucking and jerking its neck through this term of office for nearly five years, going round in circles and pecking the ground for inspiration,(…)

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