In this week's Crawley Observer: 'Our schools cannot absorb more pressure'
West Sussex schools may have to consider not opening five days a week if the government fails to address the ongoing education funding crisis, headteachers have warned.
In today’s Crawley Observer a woman who has lived her entire life in the same house in Crawley has been left distraught after being told she now has to find a new home. Carol Hark has lived at the council-owned property in Medway Road, Gossops Green, for 50 years.
Also in today’s Observer a former Southgate nursing home is set to be turned into flats. Developers have now submitted an application to Crawley Borough Council to change the use of a former nursing home.
In the East Grinstead Gazette a town museum has secured a Lottery grant to help tell the tale of Second World War pioneering plastic surgeon Archibald McIndoe and the 649 patients who jointly became known as the Guinea Pig Club.
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