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Total of £371,091 was awarded to good causes across West Sussex

Charities and community groups are missing out on applying for funding available from West Sussex County Council with some areas yet to receive a single application in 2017/18. The Community Initiative Fund provides grants targeted at supporting communities to deliver local projects in their area. The scheme aims to encourage residents to be active, connect […]

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Sussex Anglican priest sentenced for fraudulently using a dead woman’s Blue Badge

AN Anglican priest who ministers to the terminally ill has been handed a community penalty after being caught red handed fraudulently using a dead woman’s Blue Badge. Father William Haymaker was given a 12-month community order with a requirement to carry out 200 hours’ unpaid work and ordered to pay £3,700 in costs in a […]

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Sussex Police expose the truth behind the UK’s drug industry

Sussex Police is launching a new hard-hitting campaign to expose the truth behind the UK’s drug industry. It aims to highlight the impact drugs can have on the user, but also the wider impact they can have on society. The campaign uses striking imagery to portray fundamental stages or journey of drug supply chains including […]

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Crossing Patrol in Sussex get camera boost for children’s safety

Staff hope a School Crossing Patrol’s new body camera will help deter inconsiderate driving and encourage even more parents to walk their children to school. River Beach Primary in Littlehampton is the seventh school in the county to trial body cameras to try to prevent abusive behaviour by road users and improve safety for pupils […]

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Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner wants to hear your views

Sussex residents have the chance to question Sussex Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) at a meeting next month. Katy Bourne is inviting local people to put their written questions to her ahead of the next meeting of the Sussex Police and Crime Panel on Friday 6 October. Questions can be about any policy issue relating […]


Brighton and Hove Police donate £500 to children’s nursery

Brighton and Hove Police have donated £500 cash to a local children’s nursery. Divisional commander Chief Superintendent Lisa Bell visited the Puffin Community Nursery in Carlton Hill which is close to John Street Police Station in Brighton to meet the children and staff. Chief Supt Bell said: “We wanted to recognise the work that the […]

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Inside Alzheimers Dementia Support’s Annual Sponsored Santa Fun Run 2017

On Sunday 26th November, at Dorney Lake, Eton Dorney, with many local volunteers and 40 RAF Cadets will assist the local charity, Alzheimers Dementia Support to host its annual fundraising event for the 6th year in a row. It is anticipated that a minimum of 500 – 600 participants from all walks of life who will running, […]

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Former priest convicted of sex offences against boys in East Sussex

An Eastbourne man has been convicted of a series of sexual offences against two boys in East Sussex while he was an Anglican priest. Jonathan Graves, 60, of Jervis Avenue, Eastbourne, who was a Church of England priest at the time of the offences, was convicted/sentenced at Hove Crown Court on Thursday (14 September) after a […]

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The University of Sussex has welcomed not one but two Nobel Prize winning scientists

The University of Sussex has welcomed not one but two Nobel Prize winning scientists to its Falmer campus this week. Professor Dr Christiane Nüsslein-Volhard and Prof Sir Venki Ramakrishnan had the undivided attention of Sussex academics and students as they gave talks during the annual Life Science’s Research Symposium on Thursday. University of Sussex Professor […]