In this week’s Mid Sussex Times we speak to the fiance of a biker who suffered life-threatening injuries in an horrific accident.
Self-employed builder Mick Turqaund, 53, broke his back and neck in the smash.
Mid Sussex had six members of it’s community honoured in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List including MP Nicholas Soames, who was knighted.
The headteacher of Oakmeeds Community College, which is in special measures, has acted quickly to improve leadership, according to a new Ofsted monitoring report.
An actor from Wivelsfield Green has scored a hat trick with his new roles in adverts which are being played between World Cup matches.
A potential omen for the England football team was caught on camera by a golfer last week as a white squirrel was spotted in Cuckfield - see the pictures in the Mid Sussex Times.
Bolney residents have celebrated a ground breaking moment for a million pound project which has been 14 years in the making. After years of campaigning and fundraising, residents finally felt the earth move under their feet as developers broke ground in Batchelor’s Field to commence building of the new village hall.
And there is a picture special of the popular Burgess Hill Party.
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In the WOW Guide, we have all the latest entertainments news, reviews and listings.
In sport, Hassocks FC have announced their new manager and we have all the usual cricket, athletics and golf reports.
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