The names of Surrey and Sussex police officers and staff who have died on duty will be commemorated on a new digital memorial.
The new memorial which was launched on Tuesday is to honour the sacrifice of those from our Police service who have lost their lives.
The website will publish the names and photographs of those police officers and staff who died on that particular day with a short citation.
The memorial was created by the Police Arboretum Memorial Trust, in partnership with Twitter UK.
You can visit the memorial here.
Crawley Town rediscovered their winning ways on Saturday. The Reds won their first round FA Cup tie 4-1 at home to Scunthorpe and march on to the second round for the first time in 6 years.
Horsham move to the top of the Isthmian League Premier Division after winning 4-0 at home to Bowers and Pitsea. Chris Smith scored a hat trick.
In the South East division, East Grinstead lost 1-0 at home to Faversham Town. South Park lost their South Central division match 4-1 away to FC Romania.
Redhill won 4-1 away to CB Hounslow United on Saturday. Horley Town’s away match against Peacehaven and Telscombe was abandoned at half time following a floodlight failure due to a power cut.
A murder charge has been authorised following the death of a woman in an house fire in Crawley last year.
A 53 year old woman died in a fire at a flat in Warren Lane in July 2018. Two local men who were also inside the property when police arrived, were arrested on suspicion of murder and released under investigation.
Following new evidence Louis Navarre of Blackwater Lane was re-arrested on suspicion of murder on Thursday last week and has since been charged. The second suspect was released without charge.
Photo credit: Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust. Photo shows the Camomile Courtyard, East Surrey Hospital’s dementia-friendly garden.
East Surrey Hospital has been named the best dementia-friendly hospital in England at the national Dementia Care Awards.
A range of improvements for people living with the condition have been made across the hospital in recent years. An ambitious dementia strategy focussing on key areas has led to strengthened governance and better data. The hospital uses the Butterfly Scheme which ensures that patients receive the right support. Staff have also introduced dementia leads in various areas and enlisted the support of volunteers to support activities on the wards. A dementia friendly garden has transformed part of the hospital; the Camomile Courtyard is part funded by Charity donations and provides a relaxing space away from the hospital’s buildings.
Michael Wilson, Chief Executive of Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust paid tribute to everyone involved in delivering the improvements.
A man taking part in the London to Brighton Veteran Car Run has sadly died following a collision between his vintage car and a lorry.
The 80 year old man, driving a 1903 Knox Runabout Old Porcupine vintage car, died at the scene of the crash on the M23 near Hooley yesterday morning. His female passenger was taken to hospital with serious injuries. The man’s next of kin have been informed.
The road was closed in both directions while the air ambulance and emergency services attended the scene.
Organisers of the London to Brighton Veteran Car Run have confirmed that the car was taking part in the annual event. They said the car had “left the route, which does not include the M23, when the crash took place”.