April News and Events
- Published: Friday, 04 April 2014 15:49
News and views from Haywards Heath - The Heart of Mid Sussex.
A sinkhole in the pavement on South Road near the Sussex roundabout will cause significant disruption to A272 traffic for an undetermined period of time.
A new butchers opened in The Orchards Shopping Centre yesterday stocking a wide range of fresh meats including kidneys, liver, mince, cheese, duck eggs and freshly made sausages.
Haywards Heath commuters face fewer seats, Gatwick expansion – with or without a second runway – adding to the ever-increasing number of passengers on the Brighton Main Line, and an increasing number of rail infrastructure failures occurring because of insufficient time to complete essential maintenance work on heavily-used decaying assets.
Business owners and potential young entrepreneurs in Haywards Heath both have major opportunities over the next two weeks.
Live bands, karaoke, comedy, long distance walks museums re-open, restaurant changes in The Broadway, and Haywards Heath prepares for business.
Both Southern and First Capital Connect train companies scored below 50% in the latest passenger satisfaction survey by Which? magazine.
West Sussex county councillors have voted to initiate a public debate on reducing the tiers of local government.
Housing development plans for Penland Farm and Birchen Fields whilst Fox & Hounds installs parking meters to deter ramblers and commuters.
UKIP and the Liberal Democrat county councillors have proposed scrapping the district and borough councils in West Sussex to save more than £20million a year.