In this week’s Mid Sussex Times...

Mid Sussex Times, July 17
Mid Sussex Times, July 17

Mother says a woman with a zimmer frame barged her two-year-old son and attacked shop worker.

Nine-year-old girl with a rare medical condition who used to be afraid of the water has won a top swimming prize.

Father’s livelihood hangs in the balance as the council decides whether to turn land into a Gypsy and Traveller site.

Business owners ‘furious’ after power cut causes loss of thousands of pounds.

A student from Haywards Heath cut off 14 inches of her hair to raise money for a cancer charity on Tuesday.

The manager of Balcombe post office has been ‘embarrassed’ that the hard won service has been out of action for nearly two weeks.

A Haywards Heath shop that is being ‘choked by the roadworks’ on South Road is complaining that not enough is being done to help local businesses.

Plus a special addition of 8 pages of prom photos.

In the WOW Guide, we have all the latest entertainments news, reviews and listings.

In sport, Burgess Hill FC have made two more summer signings and there are all the latest cricket reports.

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