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Greenfingers invited to garden fair

Greenfingers in Crawley are invited to a garden fair next month.

Burgess Hill chimney fire. Photo: Burgess Hill fire and rescue crew

Fire service attend Hurstpierpoint chimney fire

The fire service were called to a chimney fire in Hurtspierpoint high street this morning.

Flowers have been left at the scene. Picture: Eddie Mitchell

Tributes paid to Lower Beeding crash victims

Tributes have been paid to two people who died after a car crashed into a garden in Lower Beeding.

Immigration vans in Crawley town centre

UPDATE: Illegal workers ‘not direct employees’ says company

Five men illegally working on the regeneration of Queens Square were ‘not direct employees’ of the construction company, it has said.

A CCTV image of a man officers wish to speak to in connection with the incidents. Picture: British Transport Police

Police appeal after indecent exposures on trains near Gatwick

British Transport Police (BTP) have released CCTV images of a man they would like to speak to in connection with a series of indecent exposures on trains near Gatwick.

Cats Protection is encouraging residents to adopt a feral cat. Picture: Cats Protection

Discovering the best in rodent control

Sussex residents visiting the South of England Show this summer will be able to find out about the ultimate rodent control – feral cats.

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Katy Bourne

Sussex PCC's video log: National Stalking Awareness Week 2017

To mark National Stalking Awareness Week 2017, PCC Katy Bourne explains why it's so important to support the week, and what's being done in Sussex to help victims of this crime.

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Nigel Clutton cut the ribbon to open Sarah's Orchard at Chestnut Tree House children's hospice

Sarah’s Orchard officially opened

Guests attended a private event at Chestnut Tree House children’s hospice to open the apple orchard, named Sarah’s Orchard in memory of former president, Lady Sarah Clutton.

Police said two people were killed in the crash. Picture: Eddie Mitchell

Two who died in garden car crash named

Two people who died after a car crashed into a garden in Lower Beeding have been formally identified by police.

Pupils at St Peter and St Paul CEP School, Bexhill, participating in Restart a Heart 2016.

Schools invited to Restart a Heart

Schools and community groups are being invited to learn how to perform CPR.

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Ashley Mills with his daughter Lydia and her friend Millie. Picture: Steve Robards

Father tells of family’s new home dream that became a ‘nightmare’

The excitement of buying a brand new home turned into two years battling damp and other problems, says a Haywards Heath father.

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UPDATE: Fears over reports of a ‘large tortoise’ blocking the A24

Anxious pet owners have come forward following reports of a ‘large tortoise’ causing traffic chaos on the A24 at Washington roundabout yesterday morning.

McDonalds  Picture: Sarah Standing

McDonald’s will roll out its new UK home delivery service this summer

Hold onto your hats fast food lovers - you will soon to be able to have your Big Mac and McFlurry delivered straight to your front door.

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Rob Groves with mayor Raj Sharma and supporters. Picture: Steve Robards

Rob gears up for 2.5k hand-cycle challenge

A Crawley disabled man is gearing up for a 2,500 mile hand-cycle challenge along the coast – the first of its kind.

Richard Fisher (foreground) with concerned residents.  Picture: Grant Melton

‘Bonkers’ plan raises concerns for residents

Plans to develop a sports and social club in Haywards Heath have left a group of residents concerned.

Mayor Sujan Wickremaratchi alongside town clerk Steve Trice and councillors on Monday (April 24)

‘Confidence boost’ for town and retail plans revealed

A plan to turn Haywards Heath into a retail destination people want to return to ‘again and again’ was among the issues discussed at the Annual Town Meeting.

One third of Brits have sleepless nights worrying about debt

One third of Brits have sleepless nights worrying about debt

A new survey has revealed that 93 per cent of us believe the UK has an issue with arrears, with a quarter of Brits agreeing that debt is now just a part of everyday life.

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Helen and John Davis

COUNTY NEWS: Sussex couple’s fear after narrowly escaping Paris terror attack

A couple have spoken of their fear after narrowly avoiding being caught up in last week’s terror attack in Paris.

Michelle Brown with her husband Nick on their wedding day. Pictured with them are their children Tom, five, Will, three, and Charlotte, one

Bride’s plea as she loses ring a week after wedding

A bride who lost her wedding ring a week after getting married is desperate to be reunited with it.

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Your Bank Holiday weather across Sussex

As Sussex shivers in single figure temperatures today, the good news is that it will be getting warmer and next week could see the thermometer hit 20degC.

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