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Crawley’s Kind Of Music

Crawley’s Kind Of Music

The first 70 years of Crawley New Town will be celebrated in glorious musical and theatrical style on Saturday, October 14 at The Hawth, and the whole of Crawley is invited to celebrate the town’s special milestone with an array of entertainers in an event which will raise money for local charities. The extravaganza of an event entitled Music Through …

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West Green WI, Queen Bees – Crawley

West Green WI, Queen Bees - Crawley

Since the summer of 2015 a group of ladies in Crawley have been enjoying the buzz of friendship and fun-filled activities, meeting as part of West Green’s Women’s Institute, known as the Queen Bees. I spoke with the group’s president, Jan Large to learn more about the group and it’s list of activities. Formed in July 2015, in what was …

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5th Crawley (Three Bridges) Beaver Scout Group

The 5th Crawley (Three Bridges) Beaver Scout Group is a fun group meeting in Three Bridges for 6 – 8 year-olds. Now, organisers are calling on you, if you have a child to get them signed up before their remaining places go! This month, I met with Linda Killick, assistant club scout leader to learn more. Beavers are the youngest …

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Tom’s TV Times

Tom’s TV Times

This summer marks the 20th anniversary of two news events which shook Britain and one Sussex resident, Tom Gilling was part of the teams that brought those historic events to our TV screens – this month, RH History Uncovered looks back to 20 years ago to the summer of 1997. Summer 1997 saw Britain gripped by Cool Britannia, the Spice …

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Crawley’s Community Festival returns

Crawley’s Community Festival returns

Known as a festival organised for the community, by the community, we’re thrilled to see Crawley Festival return this month! For two weeks, the town will host an array of amazing events bringing together residents, local groups and organisations. The first event, High Street Live will take place on Sunday, June 12 and sees two stages at opposite ends of …

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Celebrating 35 Years of Sweet Success!

Celebrating 35 Years of Sweet Success

On 17th March 1981, The British Sugarcraft Guild was created by enthusiastic cake decorators, who were united by their love of sugarcraft. 35 years later, the Guild has over 4,000 members and 100 groups running throughout the UK. Just one British Sugarcraft group that meets locally to celebrate the craft is the Crawley branch, who meet every 4th Tuesday of …

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Give Something Back: Our Scout Groups Need You!

Give Something Back Our Scout Groups Need You

Each year The Scout Association gives over 450,000 young people, across the UK, the opportunity to enjoy new adventures, experience the outdoors, interact with others, gain confidence and ultimately; reach their full potential. However, the association needs more adults to volunteer to ensure that the service can welcome more members! One such local group looking for more residents to get …

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Saving Lives: Firefighter Charlotte Eastwell

Saving Lives Firefighter Charlotte Eastwell

The word hero can be over-used, however for West Sussex Fire and Rescue Service’s officers, who risk their lives to save others on a daily basis; this title truly stands. One local firefighter who has attended emergency call-outs throughout the region and is now part of the county’s Technical Rescue Unit and the UK International Search and Rescue Team is …

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By Royal Appointment

By Royal Appointment

Crawley resident Glen Jones has had a varied life working in the Royal Navy (and serving in the first Gulf War), then joining Surrey’s Fire Service and later becoming a police officer, working in armed response. With years of combined service and three commendations for bravery and silver and gold jubilee medals, firmly under his belt, Glen decided to make …

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Having It For Harry

Having It For Harry

1 in every 2,500 babies born in the UK this year will be born with cystic fibrosis – a genetic condition, with no current cure. To highlight the life-limiting disease and raise funds for other sufferers and their families, local dad, James Robson is embarking on a 600 mile cycle in his eight year old son Harry’s name. On 28th …

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