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Local community invited to say goodbye to St Catherines Hospice before their move.

St Catherine’s Hospice is inviting the local community into its Crawley hospice, from Monday 2 to Sunday 8 October, so visitors can say farewell to the building before the charity moves to its new state-of-the-art hospice at Pease Pottage in November.       The much-loved hospice recognises that its current building, on Malthouse Road, […]

Hundreds descend on the Millpond play area, as it reopens after 18 months

Hundreds of children and their families welcomed in an exciting new era for play in Bewbush at the official opening of brilliant new facilities.   Children and young people were able to test out the shiny new equipment at the redeveloped Millpond Playground which is packed with features for them to enjoy.     Slides, […]

Winter Warmers now open

Several community centres will be open as ‘Winter Warmers’ from next week to help residents who cannot afford to heat their homes or are just looking at ways to reduce their bills.   The council’s Cabinet agreed to set up six Winter Warmers – in community centres in Bewbush, Broadfield, Furnace Green, Ifield West, Langley […]

Man fined after waste fly-tipped

A Langley Green man has been fined a total of £600 after rubbish he collected was dumped near to where he lived. Abdul Rehman, 47, of Lark Rise, collected waste that was discovered fly-tipped at communal garages in Martyrs Avenue. The contents of the fly-tip led Crawley Borough Council to uncover where the rubbish had […]

Exclusive – John Yems has a message for Crawley Town

Former Crawley Town Manager, John Yems, has given us a message for the fans and players ahead of the new season. Yems left the club by mutual consent towards the tail end of last season after allegations of racist abuse and segregation were made to The Daily Mail. The allegations, which Yems denies, prompted the […]

WSCC ask the public for their opinion on proposed cycle lanes in Crawley.

Have your say on proposed cycling and walking improvements between Crawley Town Centre and the Manor Royal Business Park West Sussex County Council is proposing a series of cycling and walking improvements between Crawley Town Centre and Manor Royal, via Northgate Avenue. The aim of the proposals is to improve safety for people travelling on […]

Crawley Police investigating alleged stalking incident

From Crawley Police. We’re investigating two stalking incidents in Crawley and have identified a person we wish to speak with who may have information which can help us with our ongoing enquiries. It relates to two incidents where a victim has been approached by an unknown man on consecutive nights. Around 12.40am on Saturday, June […]

Teenage jailed for knife point robbery

A teenager who committed a knife-point aggravated burglary at a convenience store in Crawley has been jailed for five years.   Police were called to the incident at Casbah in Horsham Road about 11.25pm on 16 December.   A member of staff was preparing to close for the evening when two masked men – both […]

Life is a picnic for Friends of Goffs Park

Crawley Borough Council recently awarded £600 to local voluntary group Friends of Goffs Park for equipment to be used at its community picnic event on Sunday 3 July. The event will celebrate the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee and the 75th anniversary of Crawley New Town. The award was part of Crawley Borough Council’s small grants fund […]

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