Raystede is pleased to announce that designer and TV presenter Linda Barker will be opening our summer fair on Sunday, June 30, from 10am to 5pm.
One of the best loved and biggest events in Sussex – the South of England Show – will be given ‘paws for thought’ this year by the presence of cat welfare charity Cats Protection.
At the Annual Meeting of Wealden District Council, Councillor Jonica Fox stepped down as Chairman of the Council after completing her two year term.
A dog charity which is based in Seaford will hold a Family Fun Day and Fun Dog Show on Saturday May 25 to raise money.
Businesses in the Hailsham area are being urged to make full use of the economic support provided by the East Sussex Rural Growth and Employment Fund to boost jobs locally.
Set in 1946 this production of Falstaff manages to bring the story a renewed freshness which kept the audience captivated throughout.
Speedway World by Richard Hudson – star packs up sport for good as Shields returns home to Down Under
Adam Shields is packing up speedway for good and will be returning to Australia.
Lewes Football Club are still aiming to install their new first team manager by the end of this month.
DAVID MOYES is weighing up a £15million bid for Barcelona midfielder Thiago. The new Manchester United boss sees the Spanish international, 22, as a possible replacement for the retired Paul Scholes. (The Sun)
From the back pages, May 23: Chelsea in pole position to land £80m Ronaldo after former Real president Calderon dismisses United return
Former Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon has raised the prospect of Cristiano Ronaldo following Jose Mourinho to Chelsea... after dismissing Manchester United’s chances of re-signing the Portuguese star. (Daily Mail)
A magical spell of swing bowling from Steve Magoffin has Sussex well on top against Somerset after the first session at Horsham.
MANCHESTER CITY have set new ground by becoming the first Premier League club to own a Major League Soccer team. (The Express)
Children at Harbour Primary School in Newhaven were learning how to be safe on the road this week.
Following a successful UK tour last year, Less Than Kind, by former Brighton resident Terence Rattigan visits the Theatre Royal for a week long run.
This iconic waterside property commands outstanding views of Emsworth Harbour and has been beautifully restored, modernised and extended, providing a rare opportunity to live in this exceptional location.
The performances were so powerful and the story so amazing, there was a standing ovation for The Kite Runner on Tuesday May 21.
Rob Drummond takes the audience through the history of the infamous bullet catch, a stunt so dangerous it has claimed the lives of several magicians - even the great Houdini refused to perform it because of the risks.
This week the Crypt Gallery in Seaford will be open every day for an exhibition of art, prints and photographs by Seaford artists.
WRAS was visited last week by Virginia McKenna and Chris Draper of Born Free Foundation.
HOW are you? Are you looking forward to your half-term holiday?
- From the back pages, May 23: Chelsea in pole position to land £80m Ronaldo after former Real president Calderon dismisses United return
- Benefit fraudster to be sentenced
- VIDEO ‘Trevor the Seal’ pays a visit to Seaford beach
- Trevor gets the seal of approval from Seaford
- Review: The Kite Runner, Brighton Festival, until Saturday May 25
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Weather for Lewes
Saturday 25 May 2013
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