Crawley Town moved closer to League Two play-off places after a 1-0 win against Rochdale.
The only goal of the game was scored in the 14th minute by Kwesi Appiah.
In the second half, Jack Payne almost scored a second goal for Crawley which clipped the top of the crossbar.
Crawley’s next game is against Sutton United on Saturday.
Crawley is considering applying to become a city, to mark its 75th anniversary.
The Borough Council is discussing whether to enter the Civic Honours competition which is part of the Queen’s platinum jubilee celebrations.
A report to councillors says the bid would rebuild town pride and raise Crawley’s profile after the effects of the pandemic.
If the council approves, a public consultation will open in a week and run for a Month.
The deadline is December 8th and winners will be announced early next year.
Primary and Infant school applications have now opened in west Sussex.
Children born between September 2017 and August 2018 are eligible to start next September.
The quickest and easiest way is to apply online. All the information is there and an automatic email will acknowledge an application has been received. Free use of computers with internet access is available in all West Sussex libraries (no need to book).
Those unable to apply online can request a form through the post by calling 033 301 42903.
The closing date for all primary, infant and junior school applications is the 15th January 2022.
Secondary school applications are currently open and will close on 31 October.
All Supplied Photos courtesy of Inside Out Health
A shop in Reigate has won a health industry award.
Inside Out Health in Church Street has been named the winner of Natural Lifestyle Magazine’s Retailer of the Year award. The panel of judges was impressed with the knowledge of the team which has qualified nutritional therapists on-site.
Photo above: Inside Out Health staff, Lucia, Claire and Joanna
Photo above: Kate, Business Owner, Inside Out Health
In a statement of thanks on their website, Inside Out Health have acknowledged all health shops and businesses throughout the UK who help their communities. The shop congratulates the achievements of all who made the shortlist for the award from around the country.
Photo credit: Reigate and Banstead Borough Council
Redhill’s new development on Marketfield Way reached an important milestone on Friday. The concrete frame of the residential block has now reached its full height of 13 floors.
In line with tradition, reaching the highest point of the construction was celebrated with a “Topping Out” event. The occasion was marked by a yew tree branch being placed on the top floor, accompanied by a toast to the future success of the scheme. The event was presided over by the Mayor of Reigate and Banstead, and attended by development partners and members of the Redhill Business Guild.
The development includes a new multi-screen cinema, shops, restaurants and new homes, and is scheduled for completion at the end of next year.