Christmas News
Listen to Horley school students’ Christmas song

Listen to Horley school students’ Christmas song

Several Year 8 Students at Oakwood School in Horley have written and recorded a Christmas song and are hoping to sell it to friends and staff in order to raise money and awareness for the school charity, Base.

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Operation Santa off to great start thanks to generosity of Crawley people

Operation Santa off to great start thanks to generosity of Crawley people

Operation Santa is rolling on, with generous donations from several businesses and Crawley residents.

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Crawley recycling in festive twist

Crawley recycling in festive twist

The countdown to festive fun in Crawley has begun – with an eco-friendly twist.

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Get into the festive spirit with your local newspaper

Get into the festive spirit with your local newspaper

December is fast approaching and we want you the reader to help us mark the festive season in style.

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Horley Lions Club Christmas appeal makes £10K

Horley Lions Club Christmas appeal makes £10K

Horley Lions Club’s Christmas Appeal raised £10,104 for good causes and charities.

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Popular spirits retailer combines chocolate and gin to create an exciting new advent calendar

Craft56°, an online retailer specialising in Scottish craft drinks and gifts, has collaborated with Sugarsnap Chocolate & Confectionery

Iceland are selling what could be the weirdest Christmas themed crisps yet

The frozen food specialists are selling pine tree-flavoured snacks as part of their Christmas range for £1 a bag.Christmas tree flavour

Asda are launching foot-long pigs in blankets for Christmas

Described as a "head-turning, sausage showstopper" for this year’s Christmas table, the new product will be gluten-free and is made using

Aldi is set to help gin fans get ready for autumn with the launch of its first ever gingerbread gin liqueur

The brand announced the new gin as part of plans to increase its gin and gin liqueur offering by 60 per cent this autumn, as the country’s