Herald News Report 12th June 2022
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Bellway delivers investment of more than £3.5 million in Bognor Regis
Bellway is providing funding of more than £3.5m for local services and facilities in Bognor Regis as part of two…
Residents puzzled as Sussex village pub shuts suddenly
Speculation rose among residents in Southwater when The Lintot pub in Lintot Square closed on Tuesday. Some regulars…
West Wittering swimmer not found after entering water
Selsey Coastguard were scrambled to West Wittering after a person was reported to have gone into the water at East Head…
Neighbourhood Watch Network has launched a lottery — see below
Police hunting stolen electric bikes after Chichester burglary
Streetlighting upgrade leads to two third reduction in carbon emissions
A project to upgrade Brighton & Hove's streetlighting has seen a big reduction in the amount of energy being used to…
Brighton Naked Bike Ride returns!
The 16th annual Brighton Naked Bike Ride is set to return tomorrow as a celebration of self powered travel. The…
Police search for Shoreham Co-op burglar
Police have launched an appeal to find two men in relation to a burglary at Shoreham Co-op. Police are seeking to…
Man, 88, fined for failing to provide information to police
AN 88-YEAR-OLD man has been fined for failing to provide information to police to identify the driver of a car involved…
The West Sussex town dubbed 'new Hackney' that people are flocking to move to
By now we all know Sussex is an extremely sought-after place to live. Home to vibrant towns and cities, tranquil…
East Grinstead care home fined £1.5m over choking death
A CQC spokesman said: "On 16 May 2018, a Care UK regional nurse reviewed [the man's] care plans and amended the eating…
Sussex sunshine greets NHS staff raising thousands in 'Walk for Wards' | ITV News
More than a hundred NHS staff, supporters and family have taken part in a fun run in Sussex. It was the first Walk for…
Man killed in garage blaze - investigation underway
A MAN has died and an investigation is underway following a garage fire. Police and fire crews were called to an…
Striking bin workers vote to continue industrial action
REFUSE workers have voted in favour of continuing strike action in an ongoing bin dispute. Industrial action by members…
Second home ban set to be explored
The council is considering banning new builds being used as holiday lets or second homes. Councillors are being asked…
Council investigates refuge run by new provider after concerns raised by campaigners
Domestic abuse campaigners say a new refuge provider is failing victims, and is calling for investigations into their…
Sussex collapse as Gloucestershire pull off spectacular Vitality Blast victory
Gloucestershire's bowlers produced a remarkable fightback at Hove to beat Sussex by four runs in a last-over thriller…
Arsenal reportedly join Man Utd in transfer race for Brighton's Leandro Trossard
Brighton's Leandro Trossard is a wanted man this summer, with Arsenal the latest club to be linked with a move to sign…
Chichester Priory Park, West Wittering and Bognor CC enjoy Sussex League wins
Chichester Priory Park upset the league standings to secure an eight-wicket win over early league leaders West…
'One of the very best': The Pompey player backed for big things with few to match ex-Wigan, Derby…
Michael Jacobs. Jacobs agreed new terms this week, as he reached agreement to stay at PO4 for another 12 months. Pompey…
The ruins of abandoned mansion bizarrely sat in the middle of a Sussex estate
Down what looks like an ordinary residential close in the Sussex seaside town of Shoreham is where the old ruins of…
The once-hated Sussex beach that's finally getting the respect it deserves
Camber Sands. The pairing of these words used to be the basis of feverous debate among Sussex residents. On the one…
Sandra Dickinson delighted to be Singin' in the Rain again
The Singin' in the Rain company And she has been with it, on and off, pretty much ever since. The latest tour now…
Festival of Chichester launch - in pictures
Festival of Chichester Launch by Katie Bennett Chichester novelist Kate Mosse, a supporter of the festival from its…
Shoppers are wowed by sneak preview of interior of Chichester's eagerly awaited The Ivy
Dozens of locals were snapping photos as the hoardings were removed and the amazing interior was revealed. The view…
The secret of success - tasting notes reveal why this Sussex fizz has scooped gold
The Tinwood Estate near Chichester has expanded the vineyard with an extra 55,000 vines over 45 acres - which will…
BRIGHTON FRINGE-THE FIRST EDITION WITHOUT RESTRICTIONS SINCE 2019 SHOWS STRONG SIGNS OF RECOVERY …
In the year that Brighton Fringe invited audiences to 'Stay Curious', Fringe-goers flooded venues across Brighton, Hove…
Grammy-winning multi-instrumentalist to play Brighton's Dome
Jacob Collier A huge amount has happened since he last toured in 2019 and alongside being profiled by the BBC earlier…
Neighbourhood Watch Network has launched a lottery — be part of it to win £25,000!
We are a national charity covering England and Wales and supporting over 90,000 volunteers with a small staff team of only eight people. We provide the public with crime prevention and community cohesion advice through our resources, newsletters, tools, and events. We support our 90,000 strong volunteers to keep their communities safe, inclusive, and vibrant places to live. It doesn’t cost a penny to be a member of the national movement; however, we rely on your support so that we can keep doing this.
To help us raise funds, we have joined ONE LOTTERY. Tickets cost only £1 per week, and you could win weekly prizes of up to £25,000! 50% of proceeds from all tickets sold from our page go to our charity. The remainder is spent on the prizes and the administration of the lottery.
How have we done this?
We have joined ONE LOTTERY managed by Gatherwell Ltd, current winner of The Lotteries Council ‘Lottery Operator of the Year’ and one of the leading lottery providers for good causes and charities in the UK.
What can I win?
Each week there is a national draw with the chance to win £25,000 and a Neighbourhood Watch Network draw for smaller amounts. The more people that enter, the greater the Neighbourhood Watch Network draw prize.
How can I take part?
That’s easy. Visit onelottery.co.uk/support/neighbourhood-watch-network and buy your tickets. Our first draw is on Saturday 2nd July 2022, and after that, it will be weekly.
Please find out more here: ourwatch.org.uk/onelottery.
Good luck and thank you for your support!