In this week’s Middy...

Mid Sussex Times, June 26
Mid Sussex Times, June 26

In this week’s Middy is the story of the mother who was rushed to hospital with a police escort after going into labour during the London to Brighton Bike Ride.

Controversy over the grazing policy on Chailey Common has reared its head again after a motorist reported a close encounter with six longhorn cattle.

Plans to build a life-sized version of a striking metal bull and its family have been unveiled, with the public being urged to say what they think.

A law firm has said Sussex Police may have used ‘electronic bugging’ or ‘undercover officers’ to gain intelligence from fracking protesters at Balcombe last year.

A couple is raising funds to pay for car for their baby niece and her grandfather who are both in critical condition in a Jamaican hospital.

A nursery nurse from Burgess Hill who suffered a still birth is raising money for charity to mark what would be her son’s tenth birthday.

Residents have spoken of their concerns about ‘garden grabbing’ after discovering plans to build in land which used to be gardens.

Students and teachers bid a fond farewell to a much loved teacher who is retiring after 38 years.

Plus there’s a double page of photos showing all the fun of the Ditchling Fair.

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

In sport, there’s news of a merger between Hurstpierpoint FC and Burgess Hill Albion and we have a World Cup winner - find out whom in the Middy.

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