‘Distinctive’ £1.5m sports car involved in A27 crash

Police are appealing for witnesses who saw a rare and distinctive sports car being driven near Chichester on Saturday (October 21).

Police are looking for witnesses that saw this car on Saturday morning

COUNTY NEWS: ‘Distinctive’ £1.5m sports car involved in A27 crash

Police are appealing for witnesses who saw a rare and distinctive sports car being driven near Chichester on Saturday (October 21).

Debby Scull, Chris Dale, Natalie Hayes and Becky Munden. Pictures: David Veitch/ Chris Dale

HAODS presents The Witches of Eastwick at Horsham’s Capitol

Prepare for an evening of delightfully devilish entertainment as HAODS bring the magical modern musical comedy The Witches of Eastwick to The Capitol, Horsham, this November.

Theatre and Comedy
The Tin Woman

REVIEW: Cast puts heart into Tin Woman

The Tin Woman, Burgess Hill Theatre Club

Theatre and Comedy
A selection of AC Bordeaux Wines

RICHARD ESLING: Bordeaux that doesn’t break the bank

In the light of auction prices of some Bordeaux wines in the hundreds of pounds per bottle (even for recent vintages), together with reports that some Bordeaux wine prices have increased seven-fold in the past ten years, one could be forgiven for avoiding wines from this region, believing that a second mortgage would be necessary to try some.

Nathan Carter

Ireland’s leading country singer Nathan Carter heads to Crawley’s Hawth

One of Ireland’s biggest live music acts is coming to The Hawth in Crawley.

Liza Pulman. Picture courtesy of Boxhead Media 2015

Liza Pulman celebrates Streisand in East Grinstead

Liza Sings Streisand is at Chequer Mead, East Grinstead, on Wednesday, November 15 (7.30pm).

Cod supreme with butternut squash

TONY STAPLES: Go nutty with butternut squash

Add a splash of colour to your autumn dishes with versatile butternut squash says Tony Staples, executive, head chef of the Arora Hotel in Crawley.

A warning by the British Contact Lens Association

Sight risk warning over Hallowe’en contact lenses

People are being warned not to play ‘Russian roulette’ with their vision by wearing Hallowe’en-themed contact lenses.


Vandals wreck town centre parking machines

Vandals destroyed two parking meter machines in Horsham town centre last night.

Crawley Town fan Geoff Thornton gives his views in his new column. SUS-150216-162912002

TASTE OF THE TERRACE: Crawley Town respond in perfect style to Luton challenge after Chesterfield defeat

Following Crawley Town’s abject defeat on Tuesday by bottom of the table Chesterfield it was no surprise that Reds fans viewed the visit of table-topping Luton Town with a fair degree of pessimism. They couldn’t have been more wrong.

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Football:  Horsham YMCA v Loxwood (double). Pic Steve Robards  SR1702971 SUS-170219-224019001

Boss Buckland full of praise for Horsham YMCA despite FA Vase exit at Thatcham

Horsham YMCA boss Peter Buckland was full of pride for his side, despite their narrow 2-1 defeat to Thatcham Town in the first round proper of the FA Vase.

Oliver Dall will open his shop next month

COUNTY NEWS: Scrolls fly in for jobs at Harry Potter shop

Enchanting job applications have been flooding in ahead of the opening of a new wizarding shop next month.

Andrew Saunders was jailed for six years for stealing �690,000. Picture: Eddie Mitchell

COUNTY NEWS: Fraud who stole £690k and tried to ‘trash’ ex-wife jailed

A man has been jailed for stealing £690,000 from the company that fixes Sussex trains.

Derek Collings was told he wasn't eligible for treatment because he lives outside West Sussex

COUNTY NEWS: Left in agony for days after dentists refuses treatment

An NHS trust is investigating after a man was denied dental treatment because he lives outside West Sussex, leaving him in ‘absolute agony’ for days.

Worthing's Lewis Crathern in his home town during Storm Brian. Pictures: EUNICE BERGIN

COUNTY NEWS: Sussex kitesurfer 30cm off record during Storm Brian

Spectators were treated to a show by some of the world’s best kiteboarders as Storm Brian struck.

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Gun amnesty

Police amnesty as public are given chance to hand in any unwanted guns or ammunition

Anyone possessing unwanted guns or ammunition are being encouraged to hand them in as part of a campaign to make Sussex a safer place.

Ken Dooley, who worked at Coombelands Racing Stables in Pulborough.

Crowdfunding appeal for family of tragic stable hand

A crowdfunding appeal has been launched to support the family of a stable hand who died after suffering a head injury while tending a horse.

Serious assault leaves one man needing surgery

Serious assault leaves one man needing surgery

One man requires reconstructive facial surgery following a serious assault on two men near McDonald’s in Haslett Avenue East, Crawley.

Police warning as winter nights approach

Police warning as winter nights approach

Keep a light on and stay secure! That’s the message from Sussex Police as the clocks go back this weekend.

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