We have full coverage of the Greater Haywards Heath Bike Ride 2017, including a souvenir pull-out.
In today’s Mid Sussex Times: Staff at St Peter’s Primary, in Ardingly, said they have been left ‘disappointed’ after the school was told to improve, a centre in Haywards Heath offering support to children with autism will now be open seven days a week, plus a Haywards Heath man and his friends have embarked on a trip around the world in two budget cars they bought online.
Also in this week’s paper: The Mayor of Burgess Hill has thanked volunteers who have worked to restore the neglected pond at Hammonds Ridge Meadows.
In sport: Sussex County Cricket Club head coach Mark Davis believes the change to the domestic schedule gives Sussex a better chance of success this year. We also have the latest from rugby, football and athletics.
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