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Police name man who died in Crawley Roundabout collision

A man who died in the Tushmore Roundabout collision last Thurs (Nov 1st) has been named.



Robert Taylor, 49, was from the Langley Green area of Crawley.

The collision occurred around 8.30am when a red Fiat 500 car collided with a pedestrian and a child on a bike, both of whom were using a pelican crossing.

Mr Taylor sadly died at the scene.

The five-year-old boy riding the bike suffered a broken leg and has since been released from hospital to recover. They weren’t together.

The driver of the car, a 30-year-old local woman, suffered minor injuries.

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Police are continuing to investigate.

Anyone who has information about the collision is asked to contact police online or by ringing 101 quoting Operation Rosslare.


Snuggle up in style as Crawley Ice Rink launches new offers for parents and students

If you haven’t yet had a chance to get down to the Bigger and Better Crawley Ice Rink then now’s the time to do so with some fantastic new offers.



The ice rink, located in Goffs Park, is already attracting a lot of attention and rightly so.

With it’s huge rink and cosy café it is perfect for all the family.

The new large rink can accommodate more skaters than ever before.

And now they have some fantastic offers for parents.

During off peak days it is half price for parent and toddlers (provided they can fit into a size 8 boot of course).

What’s more, there are penguin and panda aids that can be rented to help the little ones around the rink.


But now students can get at the rink for only £4.75 at either the 12:30pm or the 1:45pm session (term time only) – but do remember to bring your student/college id with you.

And while the younger ones are out enjoying the ice, you can snuggle up in the café and choose one of their very scrumptious delights.

You can find out more information at their website by clicking here.

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