Sussex care homes weather the Covid-19 storm
No other sector has been hit harder by coronavirus than the UK’s care sector, not just in terms of infectionsRead more.
The March of the Volunteers
Civil society has come into its own during the Covid 19 pandemic with thousands giving up their time to helpRead more.
Who WAS the warrior unearthed at North Bersted?
Novium Museum exhibition opened in January to reveal secrets of an Iron Age grave In June 2008, while assessing farmlandRead more.
PAWS for a moment with Stacey and Sheila
One of the most remarkable animal shelters that this magazine has ever had the joy to visit is a thrivingRead more.
It’s not just at Christmas that animals need homes
Animal shelters across the UK see a huge rise in the number of animals they have coming in during the monthsRead more.
Sussex schools wage war on distant drug dealers targeting teenagers
The heads of 11 Sussex secondary schools have joined forces against ‘County Lines’ drug pushers in the county, who theRead more.
Berlin: 30 years since the Wall came down, it’s a city of memories
Since man has been capable of stacking one rock on top of another, we have been building walls to keepRead more.
Sussex cricketer Jofra Archer in meteoric rise as England bowler
As Caring4Sussex went to press, the cricket fans in the editorial office were still reeling from an outstanding third AshesRead more.
On board Titanic: real footage resurrected by a film expert in Worthing
When Simon Papouis saw the three unlabelled reels of film, he knew instantly they were old. 1920s old, at theRead more.
D-Day landings launched from our beaches 75 years ago
Seventy-five years ago, the pebble beaches of West Sussex crunched not under the feet of welly-booted dog walkers and flip-floppingRead more.