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Felpham students welcome French visitors for languages day

Students from Teilhard de Chardin in Saint Maur in France visited Felpham Community College.

Roger Moore pictured in September 1984 during the filming of A View To A Kill

Sir Roger Moore’s memorable James Bond lines

Former James Bond star Sir Roger Moore has died in Switzerland at the age of 89 after a short battle with cancer, his family has announced.


Reassurance for children after Manchester attack

The BBC has published advice for children who have been upset or frightened by the Manchester attack.

County council chairman Lionel Barnard

County chairman: ‘Heartfelt sympathies’ to families of Manchester victims

West Sussex County Council’s chairman has shared a message of support to the families of the victims of last night’s attack in Manchester.

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Reds boss sends thoughts to Manchester victims

Crawley Town FC’s new boss has taken to social media to send his prayers to the victims of the Manchester attack.

Photograph of the queues this morning (May 23) taken by Piers Grout

Disruption on A259 sees road work licence revoked

Extensive delays on the A259, Felpham, resulted in West Sussex County Council revoking the licence for work this morning.

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Ambulance crews attend a woman who fell on Tuesday, May 16, in Northgate, in the same place as a 91-year-old broke her wrist last month

Chichester pavements ‘not a factor’ in recent falls, county council insists

There is ‘no evidence’ that damaged pavements in Chichester have been a factor in the spate of recent falls, the county council insists.

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Arun reacts to the events in Manchester

Police say 22 people died and scores were injured when a man is believed to have detonated an explosive device at the Manchester Arena at the end of an Ariana Grande concert.

Sussex Police message of support following Manchester attack

Sussex Police message of support following Manchester attack

Following the horrific attack at Manchester Arena last night, Assistant Chief Constable Steve Barry said: “Many of us awoke this morning to the news of what is being treated as a terrorist attack at Manchester Arena last night.

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Sussex unites to stand with Manchester

People from all walks of life across Sussex have united in their support for Manchester and the many affected by the shocking events last night.

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Southern strike suspended after Manchester attack

Southern staff have suspended a planned rail strike in light of last night’s attack in Manchester.

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Sussex stands with the people of Manchester

When the phone rang at 5am on Tuesday morning I really did fear the worst. Those kind of calls only ever bring bad news so I answered it with much trepidation.

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500-bed student accommodation development approved for Oving

An outline application for student housing of up to 521 bedrooms has been approved for Oving.

Rail problems between Horsham and Barnham

Rail problems between Horsham and Barnham

Train services are being cancelled or delayed between Horsham and Barnham following an earlier signalling problem today (Tuesday May 23).

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Sussex election campaigning suspended after Manchester attack

General election campaigning in Sussex has been suspended today in response to the Manchester attack.

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Police near the scene of the explosion in Manchester last night. SWNS

Chichester candidates debate cancelled after Manchester bomb attack

A debate involving Chichester’s parliamentary candidates which was due to take place at the college today has been cancelled after last night’s Manchester bomb attack.

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Creations Hair & Beauty has two women's salons and a men's barbers in Southgate

Chichester salon manager on the ‘squeeze’ on independent businesses

The manager of one of the city centre’s success stories says times are tough but businesses can still thrive if they know their market and get the support they need.

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The Bishop of Chichester

Bishop’s response to the unfolding events in Manchester

In response to the unfolding events in Manchester overnight, the Bishop of Chichester, whose diocese covers East and West Sussex, said this morning:

The new buildings which include galleries, a visitor shop and waterside restaurant. Weald and Downland Visitor Centre by ABIR. Copyright Jim Stephenson 2017

Hugh Bonneville opens £6m facilites at Weald & Downland Living Museum

Visitors to the Weald & Downland Living Museum will enjoy an even greater tour through human history after new £6m facilities opened.

John Doswell was described as whinging by a member of the Stagecoach team in an accidentally leaked email. Picture: Derek Martin

Customer called ‘whinging’ in leaked Stagecoach email

Stagecoach has apologised to an angry customer after he was described as ‘whinging’ in an internal email that was accidentally sent to him.

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