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People in Brighton will have the opportunity to put their questions to the experts and find out a little more about dementia at the end of July as the Alzheimer's Society Dementia Community Roadshow comes to town.
The pioneering national tour will be stopping off at The Promenade, next to The Meeting Place Cafe, from Tuesday 29 July to Wednesday 30 July as it aims to increase local awareness and understanding of the condition which affects 3,032 people in Brighton and Hove.
It is open to people currently living with dementia, who are worried about a friend or relative's memory or who just have questions about the condition. No appointment is needed.
Having launched in 2011, the Roadshow has already made a big difference to the lives of people across England, Wales and Northern Ireland.
The current tour of the coast is also due to visit, among other places, Whitstable and Folkestone.
– Michael Kissman, Community Director at Tesco
"With stores all over the East Midlands, we're extremely proud to help Alzheimer's Society raise awareness of dementia. The Roadshow is part of the legacy from our Charity of the Year partnership with the society and we hope that it contributes to building a better future for people with dementia."
Emma Jesson has the weather for the Meridian region - where sunshine is building and the south coast looks generally brighter than yesterday's downpours.
The operators of a recycling centre in Swindon that has been burning for an entire week were warned about the risk of fire by the Environment Agency - just months before it caught light.
People living near to Averies Recycling have been told to keep their windows and doors closed as the fire continues to smoulder. The Fire Service says it may take several more days before it's completely put out. Robert Murphy reports.
With the Didcot 'A' towers gone - used once to cool water in the electricity-generating process - the end is in sight for the remaining three towers. Juliette Fletcher takes us through the plans for the Cathedral of the Vale.
– Detective Constable Paul Wren, Sussex Police
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A man from Reading has been sentenced to 30 months in prison after he pleaded guilty to having cocaine.
Oliver Meredew, aged 24, from Windsor, was found in February with a quantity of cocaine in his car, parked at a property in White Horse Road in Windsor.
– PC Jon Edwards from Windsor police station
This long sentence should act as a reminder to potential offenders that we have zero tolerance approach to drugs offences and those who do offend will be dealt with robustly. I would urge anyone with information relating to drug offences across the Windsor Local Police Area to contact Thames Valley Police."
Police investigating a robbery at a Bexhill Newsagents have published a CCTV image of the suspect. The robbery happened at the Marina News newsagents, in Marina, Bexhill-on-Sea, on Saturday 14th June at 3.39pm.
A 20-year-old woman, who was working behind the shop's counter, was threatened and grabbed by a man with a large kitchen knife who demanded money from the till and stole £450.
The suspect was described as a white man, aged 25 to 40, 5' 8" to 5' 11" and of skinny build. He was wearing black all-in-one overalls with white trainers, and an army green beanie hat. The man disguised his face with dark sunglasses and a false ginger beard.
Dorset Police have released an image of a man they are looking for after a young teen was assaulted in a Poole shopping centre.
A 16-year-old boy was headbutted outside the Dolphin Shopping Centre in Poole after he was aggressively shouted at for no reason.
The boy was waiting for a bus at 2.20pm on Sunday 8th June when the victim asked the suspect what he was doing.
The man reacted by head-butting the boy then running off towards the service road.
Police Constable Simon Young, of Poole police, said: "Following enquiries I am now able to release a CCTV image of a man we wish to speak with. It is possible that he has information that can assist with the investigation.
"I urge the man pictured - or anyone who recognises him - to contact the police as soon as possible.
"All calls are treated with the strictest confidence."