Helping Keep The Lindfield Community Local
Sun January 26, 2020
- Man charged with Crawley Down double murder - Sandy Seagrave, 76, and Amy Appleton, 32, were found dead outside a house in Sussex on 22 December.
- Newhaven: Teenager denies murder of autistic man - A 16-year-old boy will stand trial later in the year accused of killing Ollie Wells.
- Littlehampton: Attempted abduction arrest as schoolgirl grabbed - A young girl calls 999 to tell police she had run off from a man who tried to grab her.
- Sussex Police: Sex-on-duty officer dismissed - Anthony Lumb had sex with four women on duty, including one who said she felt "groomed" by him.
Potholes Giving Local Drivers a Problem
Posted by Administrator : Wednesday 13th March 2013
LEAVING US IN A DITCH? Potholes are becoming more and more of a problem in Lindfield due to a lack of local maintenance funding and the changes in the UK weather. Potholes despite being seen as a miner problem they can affect so many drivers on a daily basis. Potholes can also cause damages to your vehicle from causing a suspension and tracking problems to damage wheels and damage to the exterior of the vehicle. Local councils have pledged to continue and improve efforts in tackling the persistent pothole problem across the Lindfield community.