A man was assaulted in Crawley on Wednesday evening.
The man was attacked in Kilnmead. He suffered serious facial injuries and was taken to hospital. The suspect is described as white, around 6ft 1, and 25 to 30 years old. He was wearing a black tracksuit with a shiny black stripe down the sides of the legs. He left the scene in a vehicle, thought to be a white Ford Fiesta van.
Anyone with information should contact Sussex Police on 101.
Crawley firefighters have postponed a charity walk which was due to take place tomorrow.
Twenty firefighters planned to walk from Crawley to Brighton carrying training dummies in aid of two charities.
The hot weather would have made it difficult for the fundraisers to socially distance due to the large number of people expected to visit the coast.
The hike will be rearranged at a later date.
The southbound side of Reigate Hill will be closed for up to 14 weeks from next month.
The closure will allow repairs to the 240 metre retaining wall that runs along the A217 Reigate Hill, and replace the vehicle barrier that is supported by it. The twenty four seven closure will run from the M25 junction 8 roundabout stopping north of the petrol station and the Yew Tree pub.
The work will start on 7th September. A signed diversion will be in place. The road will remain open northbound.
A pilot, killed when his light aircraft crashed in a field in East Sussex, has been named.
65 year old Richard Warriner from Burwash died in the incident near Heathfield on Tuesday. The plane came down in open ground near a flying school and burst into flames.
The Air Accidents Investigation Branch is investigating the crash.
Various activities have been planned to help keep children in West Sussex entertained this summer
A recycling challenge, activities with the library and family-friendly days out are just some of the events West Sussex County Council have organised.
The “Recycle it Right” Pledge Challenge will run from the 14 August and all 36 West Sussex libraries are offering a click and collect service so children can take part in the summer reading challenge.
And the Experience West Sussex website is full of ideas for days out for the whole family while also following local guidance on Coronavirus.