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An Uckfield man has paid thanks to the 'amazing' cardiac rehab unit at the Princess Royal Hospital in Haywards Heath after a 'life-changing event'.

Ron Hill, 79, of The Mount, Uckfield, had a heart attack on Friday, April 13, and now attends the hospital once a week. He said: "Having a heart attack forces your perspective to change."

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Alan McCarthy, chairman of the Surrey and Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust is to leave his post to take on a new role.

He is to take over as chairman of the Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust.

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Men are more successful at passing their driving tests at Burgess Hill test centre than women, according to the latest figures from the Driver and Vehicle Standards Agency.

Between April 2017 and March 2018, 49 per cent of men who attempted the practical test managed to pass, while 43.2 per cent of women were successful. Across that period Burgess Hill test centre carried out 9,358 tests - 4,943 for women and 4,415 for men.

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For the first time the Mid Sussex District Council Design Awards this year will include a 'People's Choice' vote. People are being invited to vote for the scheme which is their favourite by August 15.

The awards, which celebrate good design in many forms, take place every three years to recognise the importance of high quality design in enhancing the district.

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Plans for a 65,000 square foot business hub in Haywards Heath which will make the town an 'extremely attractive location for major companies' have taken a step forward.

The Commercial Park Group, a partnership between developer John Baker and leading building and civil engineering contractor Sir Robert McAlpine Ltd, has submitted its first planning application for the hub - Haywards Park.

Read more at: www.midsussextimes.co.uk