In today’s Mid Sussex Times: “Stroke survivor battles back to run marathons”

Front page of the Mid Sussex Times (Thursday September 1 edition)

Front page of the Mid Sussex Times (Thursday September 1 edition)

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A former airline pilot who suffered a devastating brain injury is set to tackle two marathons with his wife.

In today’s Mid Sussex Times a man was arrested in Burgess Hill on suspicion of murder after a teenager’s body was found in a home, two cygnets have been orphaned after an horrific attack at a pond branded the county’s most dangerous, a man suffering from a rare form of dementia has been banned from a string of supermarkets, his local leisure centre and library, tributes have been paid to an ‘incredible individual’ who died in a crash, plus a seven page special on the district’s GCSE results.

Also in this week’s paper Sussex’s Police and Crime Commissioner is being investigated about whether she made a ‘false statement’ about expenses before this year’s election, a company is to host a roadshow explaining the cause behind a burst which left 2,500 homes without water, a woman whose mother has suffered blindness and leg problems because of diabetes has been spurred into action after learning she could develop the disease, a teenage girl notified police after fearing that a man tried to steal one of her dogs at a recreation ground and a controversial woodland site, where acres of trees have been illegally felled, is expected to be sold for upwards of £50,000.

In sport Haywards Heath Town have made the perfect start to their campaign with four wins out of four, plus all the latest cricket, hockey and athletics news.

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