A sickening attack on a duckling by two young children has provoked shock and disgust.
In today’s Mid Sussex Times, seven crews worked overnight to battle a blaze at a pet shop in Hurstpierpoint, a parish council has objected to plans to build what is described as the world’s first specialised caviar farm, work to expand a Mid Sussex school could start in October, 30 jobs have been put at risk after a major retailer announced it had gone into liquidation plus a double page spread looking ahead to the weekend’s celebrations as Haywards Heath marks the 175th anniversary of the first train arriving in town.
Also in this weeks paper, open fields have been put up for sale sparking fears of a major housing development, a firm in Burgess Hill is helping to support a little boy who is to undergo pioneering treatment, firefighters will be joining paramedics at some medical emergencies as part of a new scheme and wildflower and grass seeds from Mid Sussex are helping to form a new ‘Coronation Meadow’ in London.
In sport champion Burgess Hill Town FC are ready for a massive game in the FA cup. We also have the latest from rugby, hockey and athletics.
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