A couple from Haywards Heath tell of their horror after being caught up in the recent earthquake in New Zealand.
In today’s Mid Sussex Times: A college has improved but Ofsted still say it is not good enough, a school pupil sings with West End stars, Cubs, Scouts and Beavers have started a collection for the Haywards Heath food bank and a director has climbed the highest living Christmas tree in preparation of Glow Wild – a winter lantern festival.
Also in today’s paper: Haywards Heath Town Council explains why it hopes residents will back the neighbourhood plan in the referendum on Thursday, December 1.
In sport: Hurstpierpoint College under-12s have been crowned IAPS champions. We also have the latest from football, rugby and athletics.
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