Sir Nicholas Soames has proposed a Hayward Heath sixth-form college be used as part of a £170 million scheme to boost technical education.
In today’s Mid Sussex Times: An opening date has been announced for the new Waitrose store in Haywards Heath, the first-community owned pub in West Sussex has opened its doors and shops are making way for a £65 million regeneration of Burgess Hill town centre.
Also in this week’s paper: A proposal for 22 extra homes in Bolney has been approved by Mid Sussex District Council’s planning committee. The additional houses are part of a proposal which has already been approved for 47 homes, bringing the total to 69 homes.
In sport: All Blacks come very close to celebrating a famous victory over Hastings. We also have the latest from football, equestrian and hockey.
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