In today’s Crawley Observer a £3.6m bid is being made to build new lifts and a platform bridge at Crawley train station.
Also in today’s Observer relatives of people who died at a scandal-hit care home are now demanding answers as to what is happening at other homes which are currently at the centre of a police investigation.
And headteachers have accused the government of “papering over the cracks” of the education cash crisis following the announcement of a new funding formula.
In sport Crawley Town goalkeeper Glenn Morris has insisted that the Reds are ‘solid’ in defence and the current problem lies with a lack of goals.
And Crawley Town centre-back Josh Lelan has identified consistency as the only factor currently preventing the Reds from challenging for promotion.
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