Travel and tourism students from Crawley College were given an insight to a sky-high career.
West Sussex County Council has pledged to make urgent improvements to its Children’s Services after an Ofsted inspection found them to be “inadequate”.
Local student shows the whole country he is the best.
The yearly event providing help and advice around all aspects of autism has once again proven a huge success.
New, very low emissions buses have started making their first journeys out and about around Sussex and Surrey.
Four Scouts from Crawley will be part of 80 Scouts from across West Sussex travelling to the World Scout Jamboree in West Virgina, USA, in July.
A new group dedicated to tackling loneliness and social isolation among older people has been set up, thanks to a Sussex Police donation.
The Gatwick School in Crawley, part of Aurora Academies Trust, yesterday welcomed Lord Theodore Agnew, Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Education for a visit to this...
A local author has published his first novel that looks at events post first world war.
The message is being given out just as the arrival of new cygnets make an appearance on the lake.