What’s in this week’s Observer

This week's paper
This week's paper

Pick up a copy of this week’s Bognor Observer for all the latest news, sport and entertainment from across the area.

In this week’s paper, a former Yapton councillor was jailed for committing 16 sexual offences against children.

A new fundraising plea is raised for Blake’s Cottage, the former Felpham home of the famous poet.

One parish council is left to fight a lone battle after its neighbour dropped its opposition to plans for up to 400 homes at Fontwell.

The long-term future of Bognor pier is left uncertain after the trust is forced to pull out of making a major funding bid.

There was all kinds of spooky fun for Hallowe’en at Hotham Park - see our photos.

Sea Cadets joined the Royal British Legion to launch the Poppy Appeal in Bognor.

The Observer launches a campaign calling for fair taxation as government changes could lead to large rises in household bills.

Now is your chance to vote for your community hero with our Community Awards.

You can also get a free cup of tea or coffee at Charlie Harper’s cafe with our voucher.

There are dozens more news stories, features, picture stories, columnists, letters, business news, entertainment and sport.

There is also a round-up of cases from the local courts and details of the latest roadworks.

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