In this week’s Middy...

Mid Sussex Times March 26 SUS-150325-110008001
Mid Sussex Times March 26 SUS-150325-110008001
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A ‘brilliant’ 12-year-old who lost her arm battling bone cancer has inspired her mum to run a marathon.

A death of a 16-year-old Warden Park student who was killed by a train in Wivelsfield was an ‘accident’, a coroner has ruled.

Delighted residents applauded Mid Sussex District Council’s unanimous refusal of plans for a ‘monstrous’ development in Haywards Heath.

A four-year-old boy from Turners Hill died after a mirror he was playing with in front of at an upmarket outlet store fell on him and crushed his head, an inquest heard.

Police are appealing for help to trace a man and a woman arguing near the scene of an attack that left a Burgess Hill teenager with a fractured skull.

A ‘giant’ pylon sign advertising a fast food chain at a car park entrance has been criticised by shoppers in Burgess Hill.

Litter lining the A23 has been branded ‘disgusting’ – but no solution has been raised to tackle the problem.

A man who is often too exhausted by illness to tie his own shoelaces is determined to overcome the condition to complete a 5k charity walk.

Fresh assurances that the transfer of ownership of Wilderness Field are poised to go ahead have been offered to Lindfield villagers.

In pictures: All eyes were on the skies over Mid Sussex as photographers and school pupils witnessed the solar eclipse.