Monthly Archives: November 2012

‘Santas on the Run’ in aid of Sussex Hospice

  Lorraine Nugent, Director of Media Word Waves joined hundreds of other ‘Santas on the Run’ as they ran around Crawley Town Centre in aid of Chestnut Tree House, a Sussex Hospice caring for terminally ill children. Chestnut Tree House is the only children’s hospice in Sussex and cares  for children and young adults from 0-19 years of age with progressive  life-limiting conditions from Sussex and South East Hampshire.  Completed in 2003, the hospice provides a ‘home from home’ environment  with 10 […]

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Crawley flyover to close for essential refurbishment work in 2013

West Sussex County Council is set to carry out vital refurbishment work on the Hazlewick Avenue flyover in Crawley from Feb 9th 2013 for 16 weeks. The flyover structure, which consists of two bridges that straddle the Hazlewick Roundabout, is 40 years old and its condition is deteriorating. Work needs to be done to install new bearings, add a waterproof membrane, expansion joints and to resurface the road. For safety reasons, the flyover will be closed to traffic throughout the […]


Always there to lend a guiding hand

Many of us give to good causes and charities but few of us can claim to make it our specialism. Accountants and auditors Richard Place Dobson certainly can – aiding more than 100 charity and not-for-profit clients and commanding years of experience in doing so. For one charity, Crawley Open House (COH), this is “harvest”, a critical time of the year when it collects food to give out to needy people over the next 12 months – and they turn […]