COUNTY NEWS: Artists reveal memorial to Shoreham airshow crash victims

Plans for a series of memorials to remember the 11 men who died in the Shoreham airshow crash have been revealed in more detail.

Formerly Of Bucks Fizz are at Eastbourne's Winter Garden on Saturday. Picture by Timothy Cooke

ENTERTAINMENT LISTINGS: Friday to Thursday, August 18-24

Concerts, stage shows, exhibitions and stand-up comedy gigs across Sussex.

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Almost half - 48 per cent - of Christ's Hospital's students achieved grades A* to A

’Excellent’ set of A-level results for Christ’s Hospital School

Christ’s Hospital pupils and their teachers have today been celebrating an ‘excellent’ set of A-level results.

Afghan-born Jamshid Piruz, 34, launched a ferocious attack on two officers, swinging a hammer and hitting one of them three times. Picture: Sussex Police

COUNTY NEWS VIDEO: Killer who attacked police officers with hammer has jail term slashed

A convicted murderer jailed for at least five years for a ‘truly terrifying’ hammer attack on police officers has had his minimum term slashed by appeal judges.

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Sussex street food vendor in national final

Jah Jyot Punjabi Street Food from Southwater has fought its way through the regional heats and from over 3,000 entrants has secured a place in the last 17 of the British Street Food Awards to be held in Manchester on September 16 and 17.

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Grimm Tales. Picture by Paul Inskip

Ten things to see in Sussex, August 17-24

Looking for ideas about what do over the next seven days? Here are ten of the best events.

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(Left to right) Molly Tay, Amy Ferris, Ellis Wilson and Katie Hamilton.

A-levels: Joy as Holy Trinity celebrates another excellent year

There were plenty of smiling faces as Holy Trinity celebrated another excellent year of A-level results.

Good Food Guide reveals the UK’s 50 best restaurants

Good Food Guide reveals the UK’s 50 best restaurants

The Good Food Guide 2018 has been released, but not a single Sussex establishment features in it.


A-Levels: Record breaking results at St Paul’s

Staff and students at St Paul’s Catholic College are celebrating their best-ever A-Level results.

Will Miles in action on Saturday. Picture by Chris Neal/

Hillians skipper Miles to see specialist after dislocating his knee

Burgess Hill Town skipper Will Miles will see a specialist next week after having his kneee injury assessed.

David Wiese could be crucial to Sussex's hopes against Essex / Picture by Phil Westlake

It's win or bust in the T20 for Sussex

Sussex are 'buzzing' as they bid for T20 quarter-final qualification with a final group game againat Essex at Hove on Friday night.

What not to say in a job interview

Revealed: What not to say in a job interview

Let’s face it, job interviews are nervy affairs, no matter what job you are going for.

Omid Djalili and Tracy-Ann Oberman in rehearsal. Picture by Johan Persson

Tracy-Ann Oberman takes on a meaningful, musical role in Chichester

Fiddler on the Roof is a musical rich in personal resonance for Tracy-Ann Oberman who plays Golde opposite Omid Djalili’s Tevye in Chichester Festival Theatre’s big summer revival.

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The Chess cast. Picture by Rosey Purchase

Complex characters and great tunes at the Arundel Festival in Chess – The Musical

Felpham-based Caroline Bennett is relishing the chance to return to Chess – The Musical, this time with the Arundel Players for the Arundel Festival.

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Former Cuckfield overseas plays in historic Test match at Edgbaston

Former Cuckfield overseas star Roston Chase is playing in the first Test match to be played under lights in England.

Jamie Oliver at The Diner

Jamie Oliver unveils new restaurant at Gatwick

Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver has visited Gatwick Airport to unveil his new flagship restaurant, The Diner, a homage to great American comfort food.

Sid the Shark and Charlie

Special appeal from Sussex CCC mascot to help young Charlie

Sussex County Cricket Club’s loyal mascot, Sid the Shark, is looking for support for a very important cause.

Anthony Knockaert in action against Manchester City. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Signing a new contract an easy decision for Knockaert

Albion winger Anthony Knockaert said it was an easy decision to sign a new long-term contract with the club.

The audience with the cast of The Wind in the Willows

REVIEW: The Wind in the Willows comes to life

The Wind in the Willows is being brought to life at Wakehurst Place, Ardingly, from August 31 to September 3 with an outdoor production of the story. The same show is currently at Kew Gardens and eight-year-old Noah Dunford had a sneak preview. Here’s his review...

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Oliver Tompsett with the Ariel students

Ariel students enjoy acting workshop with West End star Oliver Tompsett

Ariel was delighted to welcome West End actor Oliver Tompsett to Burgess Hill when he ran a special day-long workshop called Acting Through Song.

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