REVIEW: Wicked Little Letters - laughs, sadness and a very sweary blast in Littlehampton scandal
Wicked Little Letters (15), (100 mins), Cineworld Cinemas
Hundreds of mourners attend the Horsham funeral of much-loved Sussex traveller
Hundreds of mourners crowded into St Mary’s Church in Horsham yesterday (Thursday) for the funeral of a much-loved member of the Sussex traveller community.
West Sussex's number one gastropub is given rare award after landmark achievement
A family-owned country pub and restaurant in the heart of a West Sussex village has received a rare award.
Four new firefighters for West Sussex
Four new retained (on call) firefighters have joined West Sussex Fire & Rescue Service after successfully completing their initial two-week training course.
Fully-refurbished Littlehampton guest house comes on the market at £725,000
Adult-only Littlehampton guest house Regency Rooms has come on the market with Glyn Jones priced at £725,000.
Second anniversary of full-scale invasion to Ukraine local events schedule
This Saturday, February 24, will mark second anniversary of full-scale invasion to Ukraine. Since 2022 under Homes for Ukraine scheme, around 800 Ukrainian refugees came to West Sussex County. To mark this date local organizations and charities that support Ukraine and Ukrainians in cooperation with...
HM Courts Service: These are the magistrates' court results for the Worthing area from February 14 to 21, 2024
The following are the latest results contributed by HM Courts Service, for cases from the Worthing area sentenced by West Sussex Magistrates’ Court sitting at Worthing and Crawley from February 14 to 21, 2024.
University Hospitals Sussex Trust cares for 34 patients with Covid-19 in hospital
University Hospitals Sussex Trust was caring for 34 patients with coronavirus in hospital as of Sunday, figures show.
Sussex Partnership Trust cares for three patients with Covid-19 in hospital
Sussex Partnership Trust was caring for three patients with coronavirus in hospital as of Sunday, figures show.
21 eye-catching pictures showing a very different looking Sussex between 1890 and 1938, including Hastings, Saint Leonards, Worthing, Crawley, Bognor Regis and Chichester
Our latest retro gallery shows a very different looking Sussex.
Proportion of women in West Sussex on contraception fell by more than a third following pandemic
The proportion of women in West Sussex on long-term contraception fell by more than a third following the pandemic, new figures show.
Worthing restaurant given new food hygiene rating
A Worthing restaurant has been handed a new four-out-of-five food hygiene rating.
Brighton-bound stand-up Tom Houghton promises an Absolute Shambles
Stand-up Tom Houghton enjoyed great success with his first proper substantial tour last year with Absolute Shambles; this year he is on the road with It’s Not Ideal.
FREE HAF Music Sessions return to Crawley, Worthing and Eastbourne during Easter Holidays!
AudioActive are pleased to be delivering more free music sessions in Worthing, Eastbourne and Crawley this Easter, as part of the Holidays, Activities and Food (HAF) programme.
Worthing Borough Council budget and council tax rise approved
Worthing Borough Council has approved its balanced budget for 2024/25 along with a council tax increase of 2.99 per cent – the maximum allowed.
These are the delays and cancellations at London Gatwick so far today – Friday, February 23 - including easyJet and aurigny flights. How many flights weekly flights are there from Gatwick to China?
These are the delays and cancellations to and from London Gatwick Airport so far today (Friday, February 23).
Eastbourne features in biopic of pioneering swimmer
Eastbourne, Hastings and Newhaven were among the filming locations for the remarkable story of a forgotten heroine which takes to the big screens across the nation after an exclusive preview screening in Worthing.
Worthing-based Jennifer offers tribute to the place she left behind - The Yukon
Yukon Ho! (The Old Market, Brighton, February 29, 7.30pm) is a show about the place Worthing-based Jennifer Irons left behind.
The day the sea turned orange in Worthing – and the impact it had on the town
It was 1901 and the month was March. Coxswain Marshall of the Worthing lifeboat, Henry Harris, stayed on duty all night to keep a watchful eye on a light, presumably on a ship, which had been spotted two miles off the beach at East Worthing.
Total fines issued in Sussex for using a mobile phone while driving has risen by more than a third following law change
The number of fines handed out to drivers in Sussex for using their mobile phones at the wheel has risen by more than a third following an update to the law, new figures show.