Governors at Woodlands Meed are ‘deeply concerned’ over ‘backtracking’ by the county council over the future of their special school.
In today’s Mid Sussex Times: Police have said a woman is still in a critical condition following an accident on the A272 near Rogate, the Burgess Hill community turned out for a schoolboy’s litter pick and a mother has been congratulated by CBeebies’ Dr Ranj Singh on her ‘brilliant’ pioneering books.
Also in this week’s paper: Schools in East Sussex, Essex and Cornwall join the fight for more money as school warns of consequences of low funding.
We also have an eight-page pull-out dedicated to Dame Vera Lynn ahead of her 100th birthday
In sport: Haywards Heath Town pick up vital win in seven goal thriller. We also have the latest from cricket, rugby and snooker.
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