The top Mid Sussex stories in 2018. Picture by Steve Robards

The top 10 Mid Sussex stories of 2018 in pictures

As we begin 2019, we are taking a look back at some of the Mid Sussex Times' biggest stories of last year.

Read on for the top 10 articles which captured your imaginations in 2018. For the full stories, copy the caption next to each picture and search for it in Google.

Months of work by community groups in Haywards Heath paid off when an amazing river of 10,000 poppies was unveiled at Muster Green.

1. Sun shines as Haywards Heath unveils its River of Poppies

Months of work by community groups in Haywards Heath paid off when an amazing river of 10,000 poppies was unveiled at Muster Green.
Liz Pearce
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Plans to open a new sixth-form college in Haywards Heath took a significant step forward after it was announced that a college group had been selected to take over the site.

2. Plans to open new Haywards Heath sixth-form take step forward

Plans to open a new sixth-form college in Haywards Heath took a significant step forward after it was announced that a college group had been selected to take over the site.
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Pupils at Burgess Hill Girls did not let the beast from the east get in the way of having fun in the snow in March. The school remained open during the extreme weather conditions.

3. VIDEO SLIDESHOW: Pupils at Burgess Hill Girls make the most of snow

Pupils at Burgess Hill Girls did not let the beast from the east get in the way of having fun in the snow in March. The school remained open during the extreme weather conditions.
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Age UKs Cherry Tree Centre in Burgess Hill was saved from closing until 2020 in August, leaving staff and members over the moon.

4. Age UK centre in Burgess Hill saved from closure but call goes out for support

Age UKs Cherry Tree Centre in Burgess Hill was saved from closing until 2020 in August, leaving staff and members over the moon.
Steve Robards
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