How do I contact West Sussex County Times?

How do I contact West Sussex County Times?

  1. West Sussex County Times – Chief Reporter.
  2. Sarah Page.
  3. Phone: 07767 651662.
  4. E-mail: [email protected]
  5. Facebook: @wscountytimes.
  6. Twitter: @WSGSarah.

How do I contact Hastings Observer?

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Who owns West Sussex County Times?

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What day does the Eastbourne Herald come out?

The Eastbourne Herald, commonly known locally as just The Herald, is a weekly tabloid newspaper, published on Fridays and published since 1865 in Eastbourne, England.

How do I contact West Sussex highways?

West Sussex County Council – Highways

  1. Name: West Sussex County Council – Highways.
  2. Address:
  3. Web:
  4. Tel: +44 01243 642105.

How do I contact the West Sussex Council?

For more information call: 01243 777100.

What county is West Sussex in?

West Sussex lies within the historic county of Sussex, except for a small area in the north around Gatwick Airport, which belongs to the historic county of Surrey. It comprises seven districts: Adur, Arun, Chichester, Horsham, and Mid Sussex and the boroughs of Crawley and Worthing.

Is Brighton a county?

Brighton and Hove, city and unitary authority, geographic county of East Sussex, historic county of Sussex, southeastern England. It is located on the English Channel 51 miles (82 km) south of London, with which it is closely linked by rail and superhighway.

Is West Sussex a nice place to live?

With beautiful national trails, charming villages, historic castles and action-packed outdoor activities, it’s no surprise that West Sussex is a popular place to live, not just for families but young professionals as well due to its strong connections to urban centres and London.

Is Sussex a nice place to live?

Sussex is a fantastic place to live and there are so many reasons to want to move here. According to a recent study, in fact, two areas in Sussex rank as some of the best places to live in the country – placing sixth and 14th.

Is Brighton rough?

Brighton and Hove is the most dangerous city in East Sussex, and is the third most dangerous overall out of East Sussex’s 108 towns, villages, and cities. The overall crime rate in Brighton and Hove in 2021 was 95 crimes per 1,000 people.

What do you call someone from Brighton?


Demonym(s) Brightonian
Time zone UTC0 (GMT)
• Summer (DST) UTC+1 (BST)
Postcode area BN

When did the Mid Sussex times come out?

1881–1950 Mid Sussex times. This newspaper is published by Johnston Press plcin Haywards Heath, Sussex, England. It was digitised and first made available on the British Newspaper Archive in May 26, 2016. The latest issues were added in Aug 8, 2018. Earliest issue:January 12, 1881

What date is Mid Sussex times in 2022?

United Kingdom – Mid Sussex Times Thursday – 10th March, 2022 Thursday – 3rd March, 2022 Thursday – 24th February, 2022 Thursday – 17th February, 2022 Thursday – 10th February, 2022 Thursday – 3rd February, 2022 Thursday – 27th January, 2022 Thursday – 20th January, 2022 Thursday – 13th January, 2022 Thursday – 6th January, 2022

What are the best local newspapers in West Sussex?

West Sussex County Times West Sussex Gazette Western Daily Press Western Daily Press (Saturday) Western Mail Western Morning News Western Morning News (Saturday) What Hi-Fi (UK) Who Do You Think You Are? Magazine Wigan Evening Post

Does sussexworld incorporate content from the Mid Sussex times?

Public Notices Announcements SussexWorld incorporates content from the Mid Sussex Times. To contact editorial or commercial contact us here. Mid Sussex Lindfield journalist shortlisted for international podcast award Business

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