A couple found themselves on the road to love when they met each other aboard a bus - 25 years after first clapping eyes on each other. Keith Fisher was driving the No 430 bus when he picked up passenger Bonnie Gwatkin, manager of Greggs bakery store in Queensway, Crawley.
Love blossomed after a few more bus journeys - and now the couple have become man and wife.
In today’s Crawley Observer top cop says ‘drug crime will not be tolerated in our town’ as arrests are made following a police crackdown in Crawley.
Also in today’s Observer Editor in Chief Gary Shipton discusses the paper’s record of serving the people of Crawley.
In the East Grinstead Gazette badly behaved grans ‘should know better’. East Grinstead author Geraldine Durrant has seen her latest book ‘Two Bad Grans’ go into reprint in time for Christmas. The story of the world’s most badly-behaved old ladies, who suddenly realise “that when you’re a granny you have to be good, and start to behave as all good grannies should” has struck a chord with readers and proved particularly popular with new grandparents.
In sport Kaby can’t wait for first taste of ‘magical’ FA Cup.
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