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Mid Sussex Times, March 19, 2015
Mid Sussex Times, March 19, 2015

Dolly the Ditchling sheep could scoop the Guinness Book Of Records title as the oldest sheep in the world after turning 23.

A dedicated Slaugham fundraiser who is getting ready to celebrate her 80th birthday said hospice charity work is her life.

Plans for a special historical celebration are on track – as Haywards Heath gets ready to mark the 175th anniversary of the first steam engine arriving in the town.

‘Cruel’ owners are urged not to buy pets they cannot look after a terrapin was found dead on Ditchling Common.

The family of a grandfather who died after tripping on an ‘uneven pavement’ in Hassocks have paid tribute to a ‘wonderful man’.

A woman who sprained a ligament in her wrist after falling over while working for West Sussex County Council in Haywards Heath has lost on appeal.

A secondary school in Burgess Hill which was placed in special measures a year ago has made progress – according to Ofsted inspectors.

A meningitis survivor has appealed to Mid Sussex MP Nicholas Soames for his help to introduce a ‘life-saving’ vaccination.

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