The Mid Sussex Times is again packed with news and this week includes...
Razor blades and used cat litter are found in food gifts donated to Burgess Hill Community Food Bank to help needy families. Workers describe the individual planting the items as ‘warped’.
A 26-year-old Haywards Heath man is killed after being hit by train near Balcombe railway station.
Drug producers from Haywards Heath, Burgess Hill and Balcombe have been jailed. Their grow sites were estimated to have been able to generate an annual turnover of £1.5m.
A formal complaint has been lodged against Sussex Police after CCTV footage which may have shown who damaged statues included on the the Haywards Heath Art Trail is apparently wiped.
Picture specials this week include Lindfield fun run, Staplefield village day and The Food and Drink festival at Ardingly.
There is the third installment of our World War 1 Supplements and a World Cup wallchart.
In our WOW Guide World class Australian quad bike stuntman Matt Coulter, aka The Kangaroo Kid, and his son Sam, tell us they are looking forward to saying ‘G’Day’ to thousands of visitors at this year’s South of England Show in a couple of weeks on June 5, 6 and 7.
And in sport, see what cricket was actually played during the rainy weekend and which rugby club has been awarded £1,500 as part of the Rugby Force Weekend.
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