Work continues on constructing Littlehampton’s £14m Sea Defences

Editor  |  26/02/2014

Tuesday 25th February 2014 marked an important milestone in the construction of Littlehampton’s Sea Defences as the especially created Crane Bridge was commissioned. The especially created ‘Crane Bridge’ above. If you’ve just joined us, a quick overview on why the
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Pegler’s in Arundel

Editor  |  25/02/2014

A personal reflection by Paul Power on the closure of one of Arundel’s and the UK”s most loved independent outdoor retailers, Peglers. by Paul Power (written over a year ago when Pegler’s first closed their doors) With regret and sadness,
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Birdsong, coming to the Connaught Theatre, Worthing.

Editor  |  21/02/2014

Monday 31st March to Saturday 5th April Connaught Theatre, 7.30pm, matinees Wednesday and Saturday at 2pm The Original Theatre Company & Birdsong Productions Ltd SEBASTIAN FAULKS’S BIRDSONG Stage version by Rachel Wagstaff Directed by Alastair Whatley Marking the 100th anniversary
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Warning to Dog Owners from HM Coastguard.

Editor  |  19/02/2014

HM Coastguard Littlehampton are warning that large quantities of Palm Oil, which could prove fatal to dogs if eaten have been washed up on a number of local beaches. Beaches at Littlehampton, Rustington, Felpham, Kingston Gorse and West Beach have
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More needs to be done to help Sussex Fisherman

Editor  |  19/02/2014

With the ongoing bad weather, with us since December, spare a thought for those who earn their livelihoods from the sea. Local  Fishermen report that they’ve only managed to get out on the water about ten days in the past
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Littlehampton’s Winmill Cinema Re-opens Friday 21st February.

Editor  |  19/02/2014

Great news for campaigners in Littlehampton who fought hard to have their favourite Windmill Cinema re-opened. It’s re-opens this Friday, 21st February – with Bafta Award winning Film – 12 Year’s a Slave. “The film, which is is set in
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