A family has spoken about the terirfying moment their daughter was knocked down by a car just yards from her home.
In today’s Mid Sussex Times: A school in Horsted Keynes intends to ‘aim high’ after being told to improve by OFSTED, four men who blew up cash machines at East Grinstead and Burgess Hill railway stations have been sentenced for a total of 40 years and a former restaurant that appeared on celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay’s Channel 4 programme Ramsay’s Kitchen Nightmares in 2007 could me converted into flats.
Also in this week’s paper: The former landlords of a village pub have bid farewell to the community they served by saying: “Without you we couldn’t have done it.”
In sport: Cuckfield have pulled off a remarkable double signing of former New Zealand Test opener Jeet Raval and Abidine Sakande to replace Jordan Silk.
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