Figures released by the Department for Education showed dozens of primary schools across Sussex overspent by up to tens of thousands of pounds.
In today’s Mid Sussex Times: Tributes are paid to a ‘pivotal character’ of a village following his death, a mental care home has been branded ‘unsafe’ by inspectors who found ‘poor standards of hygiene’, a resident speaks of her shock as a gas company decides to switch off her heating during winter for replacement work and much more.
Also in this week’s paper: Headteachers questions MPs over continuing school funding fiasco.
In sport: Haywards Heath retain their Australian overseas for this season. We also have the latest from rugby, football and hockey plus your very own calendar of sport in 2017.
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