A extra-long train brought in to help ease passenger difficulties ended up causing more harm than good at East Grinstead station this week.
In this week’s Observer: A thrilled manager has praised her staff after their nursery was rated ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted. Baby Daisy Chain, at 194 Three Bridges Road, was inspected on September 22 when children were found to be making excellent progress.
Also in this week’s paper plans for a 3,000-space car park for airport passengers on land safeguarded for a second runway at Gatwick have been rejected.
In the East Grinstead Gazette the last survivor of the seven Ashurst Wood brothers, who fought and came back from the Second World War, has died.
In sport sidelined Jordan Roberts has revealed Crawley Town’s other injured players are keeping each other going on the comeback trail as he bids to put his nightmare start to the season behind him.
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