In today’s Mid Sussex Times: ‘Devastating’ fire damages a community hall

Today's Mid Sussex Times SUS-161019-155527001

Today's Mid Sussex Times SUS-161019-155527001

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A ‘devastating’ fire damaged a community hall in Burgess Hill. Four fire engines were called to the hut used by the Nautical Training Corps in Leylands Park in the early hours of Tuesday (October 18).

In today’s Mid Sussex Times a family has spoken out after a young girl developed obsessive compulsive disorder after being told to ‘always wash your hands after using the toilet’. Eva Kerr was just four when she was given the advice which has often left her frightened to leave her house and her hands red raw from constant hand-washing.

Also in this week’s paper, a Mid Sussex village pub has been crowned British Pub of the Year 2016. Dominic Worrell, owner of The Bull in Ditchling said he was ‘overwhelmed’ by the award and thanked pub’s staff and manager for all their hard work.

In sport, Haywards Heath were left frustrated with their point at Peacehaven. We also have the latest news and reports from rugby, hockey and table tennis.

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