Competition-addict Emily Parker says she gets a "buzz" from entering competitions A woman who enters up to 100 competitions a day has won more than £18,500 in prizes over the last decade. Emily Parker, from Crawley, West Sussex, spends two hours every day entering up to 100 contests - and her dedication has paid off as the prizes have piled in.
Police in Crawley are seeking the identity of a man who carried out a vicious attack on a homeless man. At 1.30am on Monday 21st of June the man in this CCTV still approached the 49-year-old homeless man who was sleeping in the street, in Haslett Avenue, Crawley.
A cyclist was taken to hospital after suffering facial injuries in a crash. The ambulance service said one crew was sent to Comptons Lane at around 8.30am this morning (June 24). A spokesman added: “[A] male cyclist came off his bike. Injuries included facial injuries.”
The Hindu Temple, Apple Tree Centre in Crawley will be hosting a Quiet Vaccination Session on Sunday (27th June) between 9am-2pm. The dedicated session, which is being organised by GP Federation, Alliance for Better Care, is being offered to people living in Sussex who are currently eligible for the vaccine and who may need more time for their appointment, or who have extra access needs where a quieter and calmer environment would help support them to receive their vaccination.
Free car parking for NHS and social care staff and volunteers extended at Crawley multi-storey car park
Free car parking for NHS and social care staff and volunteers extended at Orchard Street multi-storey car park Crawley Borough Council has extended the provision of free parking for NHS workers, social care staff and volunteers until 21 September 2021 at Orchard Street multi-storey car park. The national scheme ended on 21 June 2021 so the costs of the extension will be covered by the council.
Because of Covid protocols, the ceremony was like previous awards nights - but it was still a fantastic celebration of the best Crawley has to offer. Photographer Jon Rigby was there to capture the ceremony. Here is a selection of his photos. Because of Covid protocols, the ceremony was like previous awards nights - but it was still a fantastic celebration of the best Crawley has to offer.
Police are hunting for a man who urinated on a sleeping homeless man's bedding then violently kicked him in the face. The suspect was captured on CCTV carrying out the sickening attack in the small hours of the morning in Crawley, West Sussex. The moment the man launched his assault on his helpless victim as he bedded down for the night out on the streets was captured on camera at 1.30am on Monday, June 21.
Police are at the scene of a crash on a busy roundabout in Crawley. A23 Ifield Roundabout is partially blocked after the two-vehicle collision. Heavy traffic has been reported in the area, near Ifield Avenue. Two ambulances were initially seen at the incident but have since left.
Police are searching for a man who urinated on a homeless man’s bed before viciously attacking him in Crawley. At 1.30am on Monday 21 June the man approached the 49-year-old homeless man who was sleeping in the street, in Haslett Avenue, Crawley, police said.
Community cooks in and around Crawley have been teaching people to cook healthy, balanced and affordable meals as part of Tesco’s Community Cookery School, in partnership with Jamie Oliver and food redistribution charity FareShare. The second phase of the Community Cookery School was launched earlier this year to help train community cooks in delivering helpful and practical cooking skills to families in their communities.
Police in Crawley are seeking the identity of a man who carried out a vicious attack on a homeless man. At 1.30am on Monday 21 June the man in this CCTV still approached the 49-year-old homeless man who was sleeping in the street, in Haslett Avenue, Crawley.
It has been a long haul since March last year, but it is finally starting to feel like we are in the home straight. Our vaccine rollout has been world-leading and continues to break new ground. A huge milestone was reached last Friday when everyone aged 18 and over became eligible to book their Covid-19 vaccination first dose.
What has been made clear by the people of Crawley and our whole United Kingdom at repeated times over recent years is the desire not only for our country to be a forward-thinking and outward-looking trading nation, but to have a government which gets on and ensures this is delivered.
Sussex evening traffic report: Police close A29 after crash and stalled vehicle causing heavy delays on A264
Traffic delays have been reported across Sussex this evening (Tuesday, June 22). Arun said officers are currently dealing with a collision on the A29 near Shripney Road. A spokesperson said: "The road is currently blocked with recovery vehicles en-route. Expect delays and where possible please find alternative routes.
Horsham has recorded 45 cases in the seven days to June 22. Government figures, released on Tuesday, show the area now has a rate of 31.3 cases per 100,000 people and 5885 cases in total. This is an increase from the 35 cases recorded in the seven days to June 15.
Crawley leisure centres open their doors for free for service men and women in aid of Armed Forces Day
Service men and women in Crawley are being invited to get active for free in celebration of Armed Forces Day. Everyone Active is offering members of the Armed Forces complimentary access to its leisure centres in the area on Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 June. During this week, all those who have and continue to serve in the Armed Forces will be granted free-of-charge access to the gym and public swimming sessions at K2 Crawley and The Bewbush Centre.
We've broken down the savings for Brighton, Littlehmapton, Chichester, Eastbourne, Hastings, Lewes, Burgess Hill, Haywards Heath, and Crawley A new flexible season ticket for those travelling by train was launched yesterday (June 21). The flexi ticket is perfect for those who only commute for their job two or three times a week.
Road to My Horizon by Winchester resident THE Road to My Horizon is the title of memoirs of Winchester resident . Tim’s book is an absorbing, amusing and sometimes controversial account of the life and times of an unusual man who has lived most of his life in and around Winchester.
The roads are mostly clear in Sussex this evening (Monday, June 21). However, heavy traffic has been reported in Crawley, due to an accident involving a car and a lorry. The collision reportedly happened on Ifield Road between A2220 Ifield Road and The Dingle.
is suppressed in eight Mid Sussex neighbourhoods, according to the latest Government figures. Two or fewer cases have been recorded in East Grinstead Central & North, East Grinstead East East Grinstead West & South, Burgess Hill West, Crawley Down, Burgess Hill Central, Burgess Hill South and Hassocks, Keymer & East Hurstpierpoint, in the seven days to June 15.