Relatives of the late actor Sir John Gielgud have announced they want to open a free school at Central Sussex College’s Haywards Heath campus.
In today’s Mid Sussex Times a two year search for a missing man could be over after human remains were found by police, a Burgess Hill doctor who helped save the pilot of the jet which crashed at Shoreham Airshow has been honoured by royalty, a fundraising page has been set up for a ‘brilliant family man’ who died following an incident at a cafe, members at a Mid Sussex club donned their red, white and blue and tiaras to celebrate the Queen’s birthday and a new reality TV system has been set up at a cat rescue centre.
Also in today’s paper ‘despicable’ flytipping is endangering Mid Sussex wildlife, residents on the London to Brighton railway line have expressed ‘disbelief’ that Network Rail is not objecting to plans to build 137 new homes near an unmanned crossing, an old signal box clock has been re-installed at a station, Mid Sussex has seen the biggest drop in youth unemployment, according to the latest figures and a double page spread on the new Mid Sussex priests who were ordained last week.
In sport former Haywards Heath RFC mini and junior James Chisholm has been selected for England Saxons tour to South Africa. We also have the latest news from cricket, football and athletics.
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