House prices rocket, Brazilian themed carnival, teacher receives lifetime achievement award and a 91-year-old woman thanks those that helped her when she collapsed, all in this week’s Mid Sussex Times.
Homeowners are warned of the implications of rocketing house prices in Mid Sussex.
Students from Farney Close School have raised £400 for a nursery in one of the poorest towns in South Africa with an Enterprise Day.
Burgess Hill Biker who broke his neck and back in a crash may have permanently lost the use of his right arm.
St Paul’s Catholic College in Burgess Hill has been chosen to sample a Shanghai style teaching method.
A 91-year-old woman thanks some good samaritans for helping her when she collapsed in Haywards Heath.
Pictures from this year’s St Lawrence’s fair and parade.
A sufferer of Guillain-Barre who describes the disorder as ‘like losing the lottery’ is holding a photography exhibition to raise money for it’s charity
Food and drink businesses are in the running to be named the best in Sussex in upcoming awards.
Howard Wood, who has taught at Oathall for 38 years, has received a Lifetime Achievement Award for his work at the college.
In the WOW Guide, we have all the latest entertainments news, reviews and listings.
In sport, Burgess Hill FC kick off their season with a game against a Spanish side from Cadiz and all the latest cricket reports.
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