In today’s Crawley Observer: pledge not to axe services ‘until we have cut waste’

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In today’s Crawley Observer ‘Unprecedented’ cuts to health service spending are being faced in Crawley over the next few years - but health chiefs have pledged not to cut services ‘until we have cut waste.’

Also in today’s Observer a little boy bravely battling a terminal rare brain tumour has taken the first steps in pioneering treatment to try to save his life.

In the East Grinstead Gazette an ‘exciting’ market is top in the UK ratings. Forest Row’s farmer’s market has won the title of ‘Best Small Parish or Community Market’ in the British Market of the Year Awards.

In sport new boy Lelan is keen to win promotion with Reds.

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