St Catherine’s Hospice was a leading player for Thakeham Homes and Mid Sussex District Council (MSDC) in their trouncing of Crawley Borough Council (CBC) and the High Weald Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB) in the recent Pease Pottage planning decision (Joy as hospice bid gets go-ahead, Crawley & Horley Observer 30 November 2016.)
We all know the importance of being physically active to improve our overall health but despite this, many children and young people in the UK aren’t achieving the recommended target of 60 minutes of activity each day.
With the publication of the sustainability and transformation plans in Sussex and East Surrey due to be released shortly, it is extremely worrying that findings from a recent BMA survey reveal that over two thirds of doctors say they have not been consulted on the plans despite assurances from ministers.
I read with great concern the news that thousands of women are missing out on cheap drugs that could prevent their breast cancer from spreading – when it becomes incurable – because it is unclear which health body should pay for them.
Please could you say a big big thank you to all of her friends in Crawley who over the years have helped so much with fund raising, donating good as new items and wool plus donating many knitted items.
4SIGHT (West Sussex Association for the Blind) would like to thank everyone, including our volunteer collectors for their kind generosity at our recent charity street collection that took place in Crawley on Saturday 29th October 2016.