The Mid Sussex Times this week pays tribute to the patriarch of one of the biggest shooting estates in Sussex who is said to have taken his own life.
Condolences have poured in to the family of Richard Greenwood MBE DL, 88, was head of the Greenwood family which owns and runs the 3,500-acre Balcombe Estate.
A school headteacher is upset that a college plans to sell land which has been used as a playing field for the past 40 years. Central Sussex College has explained how selling the land will ensure it has a future in the town.
A Hassocks care home has been questioned over its ‘poor record management’ during an inquest into the death of one of its residents.
Haywards Heath business owners have expressed their fears over loss of trade as 18 weeks of works on South Road make their mark.
A Ditchling Butcher has created 32 sausages each inspired by a nation competing in this year’s World Cup. Flavours include herby kangaroo meat in the Australian recipe and a Nigerian batch made from curried goat with spices and chilli.
A Strictly Come Dancing celebrity will make an appearance at a Lindfield resident’s 70th birthday party.
The World’s fastest man Usain Bolt has donated a t-shirt to a Haywards Heath charity dedicated to sufferers of ME
There are plenty of photos showing the extravagant procession at Lindfield Village Day.
In our WOW Guide - STAB Productions, a new independent theatre company, is launching its debut production this summer.
And in sport, three pages of cricket including news of Cuckfield going top of the Sussex Premier League, news from Burgess Hill Football Club and the local athletics clubs take part in the Worthing 10k.
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