In this week’s Mid Sussex Times...

Mid Sussex Times, August 14
Mid Sussex Times, August 14

Tributes pour in for Haywards Heath councillor Tim Farmer who lost his battle with cancer aged 43.

Friends of TJ Sibley who died after being hit by a train create an anti-bullying wristband in his memory.

Your pictures from WWI remembrance day events across Mid Sussex.

The new BMX track opens in Burgess Hill. We have brilliant photos from the opening event.

The Princess Royal Hospital has been told it requires improvement in a new report which states that high pressure on staff has impacted on patient care - full details in the Middy.

Double yellow lines loom in Burgess Hill in the face of mounting traffic problems.

Find the home or car of your dreams in our property and motors’ sections.

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

In sport, Burgess Hill Town boss Ian Chapman says his side are looking for a PlayOff spot after enjoying victory in the first game of the season.

Hassocks boss Dave John did not have a triumphant return to his third spell at the club. And Lindfield Cricket Club held there 67th annual Cricket Week.

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