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Support Cream Teas campaign and help save and change children’s lives

Boxes of ‘delicious treats’ will be delivered to homes, offices and schools across the county next month as part of Action Medical Research’s annual Cream Teas campaign.

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Sussex Police and Gatwick Airport are launching Operation Disrupt

Police and Gatwick outline measures to tackle disruptive passengers this summer

Holidaymakers are being reminded to drink responsibly at Gatwick Airport as an annual campaign to tackle disruptive passengers is launched.

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Bus users will soon be able to take advantage of new real-time passenger information displays in Burgess Hill

Real-time passenger information displays for bus users in Burgess Hill

Bus users will soon be able to take advantage of new real-time passenger information displays, Burgess Hill Town Council has said.

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Matt Jones, chairman of Haywards Heath Cricket Club, councillor Sandy Ellis and councillor Jonathan Ash-Edwards. Picture: MSDC

VIDEO: Security at our pavilions improved after spate of break-ins

Security at our pavilions in Mid Sussex has been improved after a spate of break-ins.

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Jenny King and Jenni Herrett of Haywards Heath charity Kangaroos are attending the royal wedding tomorrow

Haywards Heath charity to attend royal wedding

A Haywards Heath charity is attending the royal wedding tomorrow.

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Five handguns and three hand grenades have been seized following a NCA operation at Rosier Business Park in Billingshurst. Picture: NCA

UPDATE: Guns and grenades seized after NCA operation at business park

Five handguns and three hand grenades have been seized following a National Crime Agency (NCA) operation at a business park in Billingshurst.

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Chief Constable of Sussex Police Giles York supports International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT). Picture: Sussex Police

VIDEO: Sussex Police officers and staff come out for LGBT colleagues

Officers and staff from across Sussex Police have produced this video in support of International Day Against Homophobia, Biphobia and Transphobia (IDAHOBIT).

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Upset traders at the Market Place Shopping Centre in Burgess Hill. Picture: Steve Robards

Market traders given notice to quit to make way for Argos

Traders at the Market Place Shopping Centre in Burgess Hill have spoken of their devastation after being told to vacate the premises.

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Today's Mid Sussex Times (Thursday, May 17)

5 reasons to buy the Middy today

The latest edition of the Mid Sussex Times is out today and below we’ve listed five top reasons to buy a copy.

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Residents Frances Wallis (left) and Stephanie Went (middle) outside The Fox and Hounds pub

Fox Hill residents campaign for speed camera after lorry crash

Angry Haywards Heath residents are campaigning for a speed camera to be installed in their road following a lorry crash.

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Fire crews at 1st Central in Haywards Heath last Thursday. Picture: Eddie Howland

Business thanks fire service for its ‘swift response’ after blaze

A Haywards Heath car insurance company has thanked the fire service for its ‘swift response’ when a fire broke out in its office block in Perrymount Road.

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Balcombe Bowls Club Picture: Google Street View

Bowls Club Open Day in village

People are invited to Balcombe Bowls Club Open Day at 10am on Saturday.

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St Rita's Care Home in Burgess Hill has been rated good by the CQC

Burgess Hill care home rated ‘good’ by CQC

St Rita’s Care Home in Burgess Hill has been rated ‘good’ by the Care Quality Commission.

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Patrick Barry, 49, from Hassocks, has been found by police

UPDATED: Missing Hassocks man found

A missing Hassocks man has been found, police have confirmed.

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Wivelsfield villagers enjoying the new outdoor gym on Saturday. Picture: Wivelsfield Parish Council

Outdoor gym installed in Wivelsfield

Wivelsfield villagers are pictured having a go on new outdoor gym equipment which has been installed in the village.

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Radio’s special two-hour programme to celebrate the NHS

Mid Downs Radio is celebrating the 70th anniversary of the NHS with a special two-hour programme featuring music and social commentary from each decade.

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St Rita's Care Home in Burgess Hill has been rated good by the CQC

First stage for 43 new Lindfield homes approved

Outline planning permission for 43 new homes has been granted for Lindfield.

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One Great Day at the Orchards in Haywards Heath in 2015. Picture: Steve Robards

‘One Great Day’ at the Orchards in Haywards Heath

Gully, the Brighton and Hove Albion mascot, will join the UK Garrison for another ‘One Great Day’ of fun and laughter at the Orchards in Haywards Heath on Saturday.

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Rob Hoy and Burgess Hill Lion president John Carter

Burgess Hill Lions donate £2,000 to water project

Burgess Hill Lions have donated £2,000 to a water project.

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Georgia Langston and Burgess Hill Lion president John Carter

Champion Georgia pays thanks to Burgess Hill Lions

Downlands School pupil Georgia Langston is pictured with Burgess Hill Lion president John Carter.

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