In today’s Crawley Observer: “We have never had wanton vandalism like this”

In today's Crawley Observer

In today's Crawley Observer

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An arson attack destroyed thousands of pounds worth of property belonging to Crawley Town football club, leaving their kit van a burnt shell.

In today’s Crawley Observer a bride went on the run before her wedding. Gemma Berrill started her special day in her own particular style on Saturday by donning her running gear - complete with veil - to join parkrunners in Tilgate Park before later marrying hubby Jon at Horsham Register Office. “I made sure I was running in Crawley and he was running in Horsham because it’s unlucky to see each other before the wedding,” said Gemma, 31.

Also in today’s Observer major changes planned for children’s services in West Sussex have sparked ‘serious concerns’ from a campaign group. West Sussex County Council has described the changes as ‘incredibly exciting’ and ‘ambitious’, but Margaret Guest, chairman of campaign group Don’t Cut Us Out, set out ‘serious concerns’ about the timescale for the changes, a lack of public engagement, and any future outsourcing.

In the East Grinstead Gazette readers can see what it looks like when a taxi becomes embedded in the doorway of a tapas restaurant, after it collided with another car.

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