Chichester’s Oxmarket Gallery confirms reopening date

Dating app Tinder has announced that it is upping its safety features to include the likes of anti-catfishing technology – and a panic button to ensure the wellbeing of its users. The feature has users go through a process of replicating poses via selfie in real time, which are then compared to the existing profile photos using human assisted AI technology. Those who pass the test will be given a verified blue check mark that lets other users know that they are the real deal. The panic button tool will allow users to share details about their upcoming dates, including who they are meeting, as well as where and when. The panic button feature comes from integration with safety app Noonlight which currently is not available in the UK. Another feature, Does This Bother You? Tinder has stated that these features will initially roll out in the US from 28 January , but has not yet confirmed when they will be available across the rest of the world. News you can trust since By Rhona Shennan. Updated Friday, 24th January , pm.

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The Oxmarket will open its doors for the first time in four months on July 14 with an exhibition of mixed media work in the John Rank Gallery. And then on Tuesday, August 11 for two weeks, the gallery will launch into its Knockout Lockdown Art show. The Knockout Lockdown Art competition is now up and running — and entries are welcome via www.

The Diocese of Chichester has announced when the ordination of new deacons and priests will take place following the postponement the.

The way in which we date has changed. Whereas before you were likely to meet someone in a pub or club it has now been replaced with apps and online dating profiles. With more factors in the mix as to what profile picture to have and how to best describe yourself sometimes it is hard knowing where to start. With an estimated 50 million users, Tinder is the go to dating app for many people regardless of if they are 18 or Finding herself single after coming out of a long-term relationship, year-old Hayley says that friends persuaded her to use the app.

The idea for the unofficial guide to Tinder came when Hayley noticed how interested people were in her dating experiences and how many people started asking her for advice. One thing paramount to Hayley when she was writing was she wanted it to be lighthearted and fun, and not be taken too seriously. And it would seem she is not exaggerating about the latter when you realise there is a section on how to fit in two dates in one night. The support Hayley says she has received in the lead up to the book being published last month has been amazing, and her boyfriend has been with her every step of the way.

Looking to the future Hayley has already started thinking about a sequel, but what about a dating agency? They are called Adam and India and are getting married in July in Chichester, so maybe I could set up my own agency.

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Ordination services to both the diaconate and priesthood usually take place at the end of this month. When they have completed their initial ministerial training women and men are first ordained deacon before usually being ordained as priests the following year. The logistics around the service, how many people can attend, will be firmed up nearer the time subject to the national situation and government advice.

These services take place in designated parish churches across the Diocese at which small groups of candidates are ordained together.

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The meeting was slightly different to my previous ones as it was dominated almost entirely by two subjects; the A27 and of course Brexit. The first hour was spent on the A27 where I answered questions after the disappointing letter from Highways England was released a couple of hours before that explained their decision to reject the road improvement options put forward by the Build a Better A27 group and Systra. For the past 20 months as your MP I have been engaged with the community and both councils individually and through the Build a Better A27 community workshops.

In total I have had well over 30 meetings with Local Authorities and Government Ministers, and I have called on the Secretary of State publicly and privately for his backing. I have been clear from the start that my role is not to take sides, but instead fight for money when the community manages to come together around an option that Highways England agrees to be viable and financially deliverable.

Moving forward I am hoping to meet with the Secretary of State, Chris Grayling who I wrote to on the 20th December to ask for a meeting.

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Written by Vanessa Mills, the article concerned an escaped lion intended for the Zoo that Billy Butlin had set up along the Bognor Regis Esplanade in Whereby the initial report of an escaped lion was exaggerated. Butlin had jumped to conclusions; a lion was loose, he had an empty case and a missing lion, therefore the lion was his. At the time newspapers both locally and nationally reported the same thing. Someone had spotted what looked like a lion at Climping, causing rumours that a lion had escaped.

It was then further exaggerated when a sheep was found mauled at Church Farm in Pagham. The perpetrator who paid him was Alan Proctor, part time journalist to his father, who himself was a local journalist at the News Chronicle and other prominent papers. Based on evidence it appeared to be a false alarm and a lion was sent from Skegness although some reports say it was Maidstone to act as the captured Rex.

In his police statement Billy Butlin denied paying for the publicity, claiming it would be impossible to benefit from such a story. I can see how, in the interim, Butlin would not benefit immediately from this publicity. Fear for safety meant that many residents chose to stay safely inside, causing the opening of the zoo to be postponed untill the following week. He was not thinking of the publicity. Although you can well imagine the hoardes of visitors, wanting to visit the zoo intrigued by the escaped lion.

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It was founded as a cathedral in , when the seat of the bishop was moved from Selsey. Chichester Cathedral has fine architecture in both the Norman and the Gothic styles, and has been described by the architectural critic Ian Nairn as “the most typical English Cathedral”. The city of Chichester, though it retains two main cross streets laid out by the Romans, has always been small enough for the city’s entire population to fit inside the cathedral at once, causing Daniel Defoe to comment:.

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Ordination services to both the diaconate and priesthood usually take place at the end of this month. When they have completed their initial ministerial training women and men are first ordained deacon before usually being ordained as priests the following year. The logistics around the service, how many people can attend, will be firmed up nearer the time subject to the national situation and government advice.

These services take place in designated parish churches across the Diocese at which small groups of candidates are ordained together. They can then celebrate the Eucharist for the first time surrounded by the people they serve in their parishes. Canon Rebecca Swyer, Diocesan Director of Apostolic Life, said candidates who had expected to start as new clergy this month following their ordination as deacons would instead by licensed as Lay Workers by the Bishop of Chichester.

Those serving in stipendiary posts who have moved into the Diocese have had to move home, settle their families into new communities and get to know new colleagues online as the recent Covid restrictions began to be eased. In order for us to continue to provide high quality and trusted local news, I am asking you to please purchase a copy of our newspapers. With the coronavirus lockdown having a major impact on many of our local valued advertisers – and consequently the advertising that we receive – we are more reliant than ever on you helping us to provide you with news and information by buying a copy of our newspapers.

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Couples have been forced to make the choice to move in together or spend the lockdown apart, while those who are still looking for that special someone have had to get creative with Zoom calls or Facetime. The Alone Together podcast is back for a second series, and this episode explores the changes to dating and relationships over the past few extraordinary months. According to a new report from Relate and eHarmony, over a third of couples 36 per cent agree that two months in isolation feels equivalent to two years of commitment.

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A condition was the provision of a fire-proof box in which to keep the Marriage Register, but the Registrar-General could not say where such a box could be obtained! The alternative was a safe of sufficient size, but the Church opted instead to ask the local Registrar to attend each marriage at the church, and this cooperation has continued with excellent relationships over the years.

Bryan Jones, Minister at Aldwick Free Church agreeing to act for the Church for any special pastoral needs until a new Minister could be appointed. In October that year the Church unanimously invited Mr. Michael Wotton, M. The winter of proved disastrous for the empty manse! Frost wrought havoc with the plumbing; a new boiler and sink unit and complete redecoration were necessary before the new Minister and his wife moved in. Cowley, B.

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Dating can be a daunting experience at the best of times. Instead, opt for an outfit which you are completely comfortable in. It still needs to be smart and appropriate for the venue, but choose clothes which you regularly wear, which are a little loose fitting and which you know you are comfortable in. If you still want to treat yourself to something new, perhaps opt for a new accessory, which will make the outfit feel new but not compromise on your comfort.

Chatting to someone you know will help you relax, and can serve as a good reminder of what a good catch you are!

A restaurant chain has announced the reopening date for its branches in Chichester and Brighton.

The next Brighton online speed dating session will be on Wednesday 29th April at pm aimed at men and women aged in their 20s and 30s. Once everyone has arrived online and registered, we will briefly explain the format of the evening. You will have 4 minutes to chat privately to each date, once the 4 minutes is over you will be allocated your next date.

Four minutes is long enough to see if you click with the person you are talking to and whether you would like to talk to them again and also short enough if you don’t. At the end of each date, you have a brief few moments to make some notes on the person you have just dated please use the dating tickets forwarded.

These notes will be helpful for the post-event matching process the following evening. There were scheduled speed dating events due to take place in the region over the next few months, but these unfortunately have been cancelled. It is also a great way to ease the sense of loneliness that people may be experiencing at the minute. Not wanting to lose his business, single dad and owner Chris Grayston decided to take his live events company online.

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In this section you can, if you would like, also find similar minded Chichester people looking for friendship or romance. We work with experts in and around our local area to provide useful information relating to careers advice – we hope you will find these articles to be helpful. You can view our news news archive here.

Chichester’s new Lidl store will be open to customers next Thursday (February 27​).

As the coronavirus outbreak continues, activity on dating websites seems to have increased, as people are forced to socialise less in person. With no certain end in sight for the spread of the coronavirus, singles are looking to more health conscious ways of connecting with others. Out of those surveyed, almost five per cent of singles reported that they are going to stop dating all together, until the virus passes.

Thirty per cent of people shared that they are just going to stick with chatting to potential partners on dating sites or apps until they can meet up in person. A little more than 50 per cent of daters said they are interested in conducting online dates to get to know people they have met online. Almost 60 per cent of those surveyed said they prefer online dating to finding a date in person, even before the coronavirus outbreak.

Another dating site, OKCupid shared results of a recent survey , which found that 88 per cent of users around the world are dating as usual. In America, the figure was as high as 92 per cent. Tinder has cancelled the international release of ‘Swipe Night’ – a ‘choose your own adventure’ series that was scheduled to launch internationally this month.

There is also currently a pop-up message on the app that instructs users to wash their hands regularly, and not to touch their faces. The company has reminded users to maintain social distancing.

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The warning follows six separate reports received by police during December , in which police say men engaged in online conversation with contacts they believe to be girls or boys under 16, and have arranged to meet. Each one is being investigated and in three of the cases men have been arrested on suspicion of attempting to meet under children following grooming.

No children were actually involved in any of the cases. The arrests were made in Burgess Hill and Crawley. It is also important to say that we do not encourage members of the public to carry out investigations themselves.

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This week there has been a lot of positive news, with the government giving the green light for more of our businesses to open from 4 July. The changes announced mean that our district’s hospitality industry and many of our pubs, restaurants, cafes and hair salons can now start to make preparations to reopen their doors.

The news is also a huge boost for our local tourism industry as hotels, bed and breakfasts, campsites and caravan parks will also be able to reopen, just in time for the summer holiday period. I was also really pleased to learn that our museums, galleries and playgrounds will now be able to open. Our parks and gardens team and our Novium Museum team are currently working hard, examining the Government guidance and putting in place numerous safety measures so that they are ready to welcome you at a suitable date.

We will keep you posted on their progress. As even more businesses start planning to welcome back customers, our teams including our Economic Development, Licensing, Health Protection and Planning departments will be here to support them, offering practical advice and guidance. We are currently awaiting further details about how the Government intends to relax the laws around making it easier for cafes, restaurants and pubs to serve people outside.

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