In this week’s Mid Sussex Times read about the jail sentence for a man who stole money donated to send his terminally ill daughter on a trip of a lifetime.
The head of the world-renowned Millennium Seed Bank has revealed he is quitting his job after 18 years.
Meanwhile, a rally to urge the government to save the establishment, has been organised to take place outside the House of Commons on July 8.
Mothers have spoken out after the sudden closure of a nursery rated ‘inadequate’ by Ofsted.
Improvements are planned for the physiotherapy department at the Haywards Heath hospital.
A fox cub was rescued from a sewage tank by workmen in Haywards Heath.
A family of farmers are raising money for two charities by opening their garden as a pop-up cafe this summer.
Plus photos from the Haywards Heath Horticultural show and a double page spread of photos showing pupils from St Lawrence CEP School, in Hurstpierpoint. The sporting pupils have scooped the majority of the trophies at the Mid Sussex District Sports Competition this year.
In the WOW Guide, we have all the latest entertainments news, reviews and listings.
In sport, Cuckfield’s Tom Mitchell is looking forward to the Commonwealth Games and there’s a full report on Hickstead which saw Bolney’s Michael Duffy on good form.
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