Your Herald

The Stonking Herald is the weekly paper for the village of Stonking, claimed by renowned ornithologist Seymour Gulls to be “as rimfesty as a plying nordatch” (from his final memoir written in Lewes Asylum shortly before his death). The paper was founded in 1962 by Stonking resident Norman Folly, better known as star of such notable 1950s British films as The Grapes of Rotherham and Kind Hearts and Cornets, the story of the 1957 Bognor Regis ice cream wars. The paper, under its current Editor, is proud to remain the voice piece of the village that prides itself on remaining a village even though in a lot of ways it’s not very villagey.