Your Bank Holiday weather for Sussex

With many events planned for the Bank Holiday weekend across the county, the weather is currently looking good for Sussex.

Steve Hewlett

Family favourite Steve is back home with new show

Playing to his homecrowd on Friday evening is comedy ventriloquist Steve Hewlett back with his new show 30 Years Of Talking To Myself.

Theatre and Comedy
Over a third of girls face online pressure to live the ‘perfect life’

Over a third of girls face online pressure to live the ‘perfect life’

Pressure to showcase a ‘perfect’ life online is affecting the wellbeing of girls and young women, according to new research.

The NSPCC has released a report on the number of reports of child neglect it has received

Child neglect referrals double in five years

The number of potential child neglect cases referred to authorities in East Sussex by a national charity has doubled over the last five years, new figures have revealed.


Musician returning to the Sussex countryside which so inspired him

Shoreham’s Richard Durrant has earned an international reputation as one of the great guitarists of his generation.

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A visit to the Bates motel at the start of Towner’s classic film season

Eastbourne’s Towner Art Gallery will be showing a season of five classic films in its new cinema auditorium on Sunday afternoons at 2.30pm starting on September 3.

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Council garages to be sold off

A former pie factory and 26 council owned garages in Eastbourne are among the lots going under the hammer at a property auction next month.

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Fun in the sun Carnival theme for Pentlow Summer Fete

Eastbourne MP Stephen Lloyd was special guest when Pentlow Nursing Home, in Eastbourne’s Old Town, held a carnival themed Summer Fete on Saturday August 5.

Sam Taylor and Claudia Miles co-directors of Veritas Justice, which will be providing the service to victims of stalking in Sussex

Support service for victims of stalking in Sussex

Victims of stalking in Sussex will be able to access specialist support services to ensure their ‘voices are heard and they are taken seriously’.

Jiri Skalak on the run against Barnet. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Six things we learned from Albion's win against Barnet

Albion progressed into the third round of the Carabao Cup this evening but what did we learn from the victory?

Chris Hughton. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Hughton praises Barnet after Albion progress in cup

Brighton manager Chris Hughton praised League Two opponents Barnet after his side squeezed into the third round of the Carabao Cup this evening.

James Tilley celebrates giving Albion the lead. Picture by Phil Westlake (PW Sporting Photography)

Tilley nets only goal as Albion progress in Carabao Cup

James Tilley scored the only goal of the game as Albion were made to work hard by League Two Barnet to reach the third round of the Carabao Cup this evening.

Photo taken by a member of the public who raised the alarm for the dogs

Concern over dogs left in vehicle in Eastbourne shopping centre car park

Police were called over concerns for the welfare of two dogs left in a hot car for around two hours this afternoon (Tuesday).

Ross Barkley.

Rumour mill: Tottenham set to sign Barkley from Everton? Chelsea target Marchisio wants to leave Juventus?

Barcelona finally admit defeat in bid to sign Coutinho?

Thomas Joshua Cooper, Ritual Indications, Alton, Shopshire, 1977

New show from Towner opens door on explorations of our countryside

Towner Art Gallery will open its new major exhibition on September 30 - A Green And Pleasant Land, British Landscape and the Imagination: 1970s to Now.

Terrace of houses for town centre?

Terrace of houses for town centre?

Three shops in Langney Road could be converted into a terrace of homes if town planners agree.

New syllabus for EMAF

Exciting time for Eastbourne festival with its new venue

The Eastbourne Music and Arts Festival is launching its syllabus and showing off its new venue on Sunday September 3 between 2.30-4.30pm.

Theatre and Comedy
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Grenfell families enjoy free day out at Drusillas Park

Families affected by the Grenfell Tower fire were among those who got to enjoy a free day out at Drusillas Park.

Chance to take part in a new quiz show

Enter the BBC’s new game show without leaving your house

The BBC is seeking new contestants to enter their new game show, The Button, which will see households compete for cash prizes without leaving the comfort of home.

Park Wood has been granted status as an Asset of Community Value

Campaign continues as Hellingly wood is named a community asset

A wood in Hellingly has been granted status as an Asset of Community Value this week with help from members of the public, but campaigners say the fight is not over.

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