In today’s Crawley Observer: Together we will win this fight against terrorism

Today's Crawley Observer (May 31)
Today's Crawley Observer (May 31)

In today’s Crawley Observer more than 100 people gathered in Crawley’s Memorial Gardens to hold a vigil for those affected by the Manchester bomb attack.

Also in today’s Observer thousands headed to Crawley Rugby Club at the weekend to help make a toddler’s dream of being able to walk come true and a manager has described her playgroup’s ‘outstanding’ Ofsted rating as “the best news ever”.

In sport Crawley Town’s new head coach Harry Kewell said coming to the club was a ‘no brainer’ because its ambition was similar to his.

And Crawley Town skipper Jimmy Smith believes the side can learn a lot from Champions League winner Harry Kewell.

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