A 25 year old woman suffered serious injuries after she crashed into a telegraph pole last Friday morning (18th July).
Two young children were taken out of the Toyota Hi-Lux but the woman was trapped inside and West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service had to rescue her.
The collision took place just south of East Grinstead near Ashwood Farm on West Hoathly Road.
Four people from Crawley have been arrested after a 53-year-old man suffered serious head injuries in an attack.
The man suffered a deep cut to his head and extensive facial fractures and currently is being treated at East Surrey Hospital.
A woman aged 47 and men aged 27, 16 and 15, were arrested and are in custody.
Crawley Council are holding another open air cinema screening on the 2nd of august in conjunction with pixel tree uk.
They will be showing dirty dancing in Crawley’s Queens Square from 9pm.
There will be limited seating available on the evening so people are encouraged to bring their own chairs.
During the day local functions band, Strobe, will also be performing on the bandstand in 12 -3pm playing a range of well-known music throughout the decades.
These two events are part of Crawley’s Big Summer of Fun and more information can be found on www.crawley.gov.uk/summerfun.
Sharing buildings with other organisations has saved Surrey taxpayers around seven hundred thousand pounds in the last year.
County council staff share offices across Surrey with hundreds of employees from other public services, including around seven hundred in offices owned by borough and district councils.
The money saved from rent, heating and repairs is enough to pay for 70 school places over a year.
Surrey county council cabinet associate, Tony Samuels has said the saving will be put back into the “front line”, including schools and elderly care.
A 17 year old girl who was attacked in Crawley on Friday received a bite to her cheek, resulting in hospital treatment.
The incident took place between eight thirty and nine pm and has been described as “a nasty, unprovoked attack”.
The girl was on her way home near the level crossing on Horsham Road and opposite the Casbah Food shop.
Anyone who witnessed the incident is asked to get in contact with Sussex police.