Arundel

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Arundel

a town in S England, in West Sussex: 11th-century castle. Pop.: 3297 (2001)
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According to The Independent, iInspectors who visited the prison near Arundel, West Sussex, found alcohol abuse was rife among prisoners and poor security meant it was awash with other contraband.
Previously the most valuable find was a mayoral collection of silver pieces worth pounds 300,000 at Arundel, West Sussex, last year.
Mr Fellows, of Arundel, West Sussex, said he and his wife and daughter were on a threeweek tour of game reserves in Namibia and Botswana with their regular guide Andy Momberg when they witnessed the incident in Bwabwata Park.
Shayler, who is 37 tomorrow, was released from Ford open prison near Arundel, West Sussex.
They were about to get a lift into the town centre from the 15-year-old's home in Arundel, West Sussex.
They were last seen at Ford Open Prison in Arundel, West Sussex, on July 2 and police are warning the public not to approach them.
Shirlie, who now lives in Arundel, West Sussex, said her workshops see up to 40 people at a time pay her to "lie on the floor and do nothing".
Simon Rhodes-Butler, 37, who absconded from Ford open prison near Arundel, West Sussex, handed himself in at Sutton police station, south London, on Thursday night.
Whiteways Cafe in Bury Hill, Houghton, Arundel, West Sussex, BN18 9FD on Sunday July 6.
Dunlop has trained at Castle Stables in Arundel, West Sussex, where he was first appointed as private trainer to the Duke and Duchess of Norfolk in 1966.
Mr Blunt, who spent two hours talking to staff and inmates at Ford prison near Arundel, West Sussex, following the New Year's Day rampage, said the Prison Service inquiry will need to consider whether the violence could be repeated.
After examining the damage at Ford Open Prison near Arundel, West Sussex, Mr Blunt said an inquiry into the incident will examine what sparked the violence and whether insufficient staffing levels were to blame.