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Call for more to take part in schools consultation

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Dean Milburn at Horsham station

Missing teen spotted in Horsham

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Residents fear road closures will leave them trapped in their homes

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Sebastian Trabucatt arrives at court in Heraklion, Crete, where he is due to stand trial. Picture: Flora Thompson/PA Wire

Haywards Heath man spared jail after killing teenager in Malia

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Hunt for vandals after racist graffiti discovered

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‘How the day I died changed my life’

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COUNTY NEWS: Mystery of unknown woman found dead on beach

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Medieval feast at joust festival

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Elizabeth Simmons with Dan Snow

Students ‘in awe’ after talk from top TV historian

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Pupils dressed up as pirates during the day

William Penn pupils play in pirate fun

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Planned review of Arundel bypass decision sparks contrasting opinions

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GATCOM chairman speaks of achievements as retirement announced

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Update: Accident partially blocks road in Horsham

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UPDATE: All lanes re-opened but long delays on M23 near Gatwick following collision

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Broken down engineering train causes rail delays

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Haywards Heath man spared jail after killing teenager in Malia

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Police are looking to trace these men in connection with racist graffiti discovered in Mid Sussex

Hunt for vandals after racist graffiti discovered

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COUNTY NEWS: Veteran ‘devastated’ as war medals stolen in burglary

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Two hurt in violent park attack

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Call for more to take part in schools consultation

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Elizabeth Simmons with Dan Snow

Students ‘in awe’ after talk from top TV historian

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Pupils dressed up as pirates during the day

William Penn pupils play in pirate fun

Education
Pupils with Baroness Garden of Frognal front row, Baroness Deech second row

School trip gives pupils an insight into politics

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PICTURES: Steyning Grammar School students showcase work at exhibition

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Gatwick notches up busiest ever May

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Artist's impression of the new building, seen from the car park, with the view of Arundel Castle retained

Lido expansion plans take giant leap forward

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GATCOM chairman speaks of achievements as retirement announced

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Head teacher Thomas Moore and senior associate solicitor Gareth Collins with pupils at Bury Primary School

Tree gift fits perfectly with school’s environmental award

Environment

Letter: Collection for MS Society

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Letter: Letter of thanks and praise

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Letter: Care at home was wonderful

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Letter: Battle over a parking penalty

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Delight as incinerator refused

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One of the key aims for West Sussex County Council is that all children and young people in West Sussex are safe, resilient and realise their potential and aspirations. At the Full Council meeting members proudly signed a pledge to Children who are Looked After and Care Leavers as part of their commitment to keep these children safe, listen to their views and opinions and support them to exceed their goals in life.

Calls to exempt care leavers from council tax up to 25

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Decision on North Horsham incinerator plans due tomorrow

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Improvements to Broadbridge Heath roundabouts to cost £3.3m

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Refilling stations for water bottles set for Horsham

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Head teacher Thomas Moore and senior associate solicitor Gareth Collins with pupils at Bury Primary School

Tree gift fits perfectly with school’s environmental award

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Celebrating 25 years of WRAGs

Celebrating 25 years of WRAGs at the Floral Fringe Fair

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Adam uses his chilli sales to help stray dogs

Chilli entrepreneur supports stray dog charity

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‘How the day I died changed my life’

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The coffee morning gave carers a chance to chat about any issues that concerned them

Surgery coffee morning lets carers relax and unwind

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Mohamed Barakat, 63, from Goring, next to his front door which was broken into. The dent can be seen on the doorframe where the burglars forced one of the three locks.

COUNTY NEWS: Husband’s despair as thieves steal wife’s operation money

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More NHS cuts to hit local health services

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