Bank Holiday fun at Goodwood Racecourse

Goodwood Racecourse is promising its most fun-packed fixture yet, the August Bank Holiday Weekend from Friday to Sunday, August 25-27.

Whats on
Ross Barkley.

Rumour mill: Tottenham set to sign Barkley from Everton? Chelsea target Marchisio wants to leave Juventus?

Barcelona finally admit defeat in bid to sign Coutinho?

The Big Nibble last year at  Horsham

Food fun for all at Horsham’s Big Nibble

A host of foodie events are planned for the month-long Horsham District Food and Drink Festival which starts in the town centre over the weekend of September 2 and 3.

Chance to take part in a new quiz show

Enter the BBC’s new game show without leaving your house

The BBC is seeking new contestants to enter their new game show, The Button, which will see households compete for cash prizes without leaving the comfort of home.

The Labour View SUS-170126-103738001

Care system is failing our aging population

Care is back in the news this week with a flurry of stories following the collapse of the sector. While it’s a good thing we’re living longer lives, it does mean there’s an increasing pressure on services which provide support for our elderly and these services are now failing.

Jamshid Piruz has had his jail term slashed. Picture: Sussex Police

Police federation hit out on killer’s ‘lenient’ jail sentence

The Police Federation of England and Wales have hit out on a killer’s ‘lenient’ jail sentence after he attacked police officers with a hammer in Crawley.


Funniest jokes of the 2017 Edinburgh Fringe revealed

A joke about the new pound coin has been named the funniest of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe.

The new bake-off line-up

The Great British Bake Off 2017: meet the contestants

The wait for The Great British Bake Off is nearly over and now the contestants for this year’s show have been revealed and they include a scientist, an architect and a former Officer in the Royal Artillery.

Product warning

Cot mobile recalled over choking fears

A cot mobile has been recalled by its manufacturer due to fears that a part could present a choking hazard.

Cricket Three Bridges v Ansty. 07-5-16 Matt Blandford. Pic Steve Robards SR1613123 SUS-160905-130515001

CRICKET: Three Bridges win to stay in promotion race

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Stan White, 106, with his birthday card from the Queen SUS-170817-154530001

‘Ladies man’ Stan celebrates his 106th birthday in style ... with beer and lobster

Former fireman Stan White officially became one of the oldest men in Britain when he celebrated his 106th birthday last week.

Crawley Town fan Steve Herbert

Fan’s view: Harry Kewell may come under fire at tonight’s fans’ forum after four straight defeats

You can’t beat a bit of consistency in football.

Crawley Town
There has been fierce debate on how to improve the A27 at Arundel. Picture: Derek Martin

COUNTY NEWS: A27 bypass route options finally unveiled

Potential routes for an A27 bypass have been revealed by Highways England this morning.

Variety is the spice for younger tea drinkers

Variety is the spice for younger tea drinkers

While builder’s tea - milk, two sugars - may be the stereotypical cuppa for most Brits, it seems that younger consumers are more adventurous in their leaf of choice.

The CPS has new guidance on prosecuting hate crime offences

Online hate crime to be treated as seriously as offline offences

Online hate crime is set to be treated as seriously as offences committed face-to-face, according to new guidance.

Caroline Bennett. Pic by Rosey Purchase.

Arundel Festival: happy return to musical

Felpham-based Caroline Bennett is relishing the chance to return to Chess – The Musical, this time with the Arundel Players for the Arundel Festival.

Theatre and Comedy
Sussex Under-17 Girls celebrate a wicket (Photo: Dave Burt Photography)

Sussex u17 Girls reach national final

Sussex have qualified for the finals of the Royal London ECB Girls Under-17 County Cup next week.

The Conservative View with Cllr Duncan Crow SUS-170126-103712001

Don’t take the strong economy for granted

I have written before that the economy tends to be newsworthy only when things are going badly. It is also true that it generally ranks lower down people’s concerns when performing well, as opposed to being the top political concern when we are in recession. It is only natural to be less worried about the economy when things are going well but we should never lose sight that our economy underpins everything, especially employment and the provision of public services.

The Constituency View with Henry Smith MP SUS-170126-103725001

Laws to keep animals free from cruelty

As Crawley MP for the last seven years I have consistently called for stronger laws against those who cause animals pain and inflict suffering needlessly; one particular campaign I have championed was to urge the Government to stop abuse of animals through the introduction of CCTV in slaughterhouses.

Can you help police? Picture: Eddie Mitchell

COUNTY NEWS: Teenager who ‘tragically’ died in A264 collision is named

Police have named the teenager who died in a collision last Thursday as they appeal to the public for information.

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