A memorial service is being held at a Mid Sussex college for an ‘inspirational’ former student who died in a crash last month.
Also in this week’s paper tributes have been paid to a man who welcomed the Queen on her only visit to Burgess Hill after he died last week, figures reveal Mid Sussex has seen a boom in rail travel, a man speaks of his heartbreak after being forced to put down his pet fox due to it being poisoned and girls have led the way in Mid Sussex as the final GCSE league tables are announced.
A new flooding scheme which would offer communities £500k could be implemented, a reduction in allowances paid to disabled people has been branded ‘totally shameful’ by campaigners, tributes have been paid to a former council chairman, Mid Sussex residents are the most active a new study reveals, plus a two page special investigation on an empty centre for failed asylum seekers costing the taxpayer more than £6 million to run.
IN SPORT: A war of words has broken out between a chairman of a Mid Sussex football club and its former manager after he was sacked on Monday.
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