In today’s Crawley Observer Henry Smith has been elected MP for Crawley for the third time, though with a much-reduced majority.
And Crawley’s Labour candidate, Tim Lunnon, said the party ‘will be ready to fight again’.
Also in today’s Observer, thousands of people armed with family treasures queued to get into Nymans at Handcross on Thursday as BBC TV crews filmed the Antiques Roadshow at the National Trust property.
And the streets of Horsham were aglow with a sea of orange and neon as more than 900 women, men and children stepped out under the stars as part of St Catherine’s Hospice 10th anniversary Midnight Walk on Saturday (10 June), sponsored by Gatwick Airport.
In sport Harry Kewell is confident the current Crawley Town squad is ‘good enough’ and Crawley Town midfielder Dannie Bulman sees no reason why he can’t achieve a third promotion with the side next term.
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