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CHRISiMAS FUN FOR EVERYONE. MENTAL HOSPITAL : HAYWARDS HEATH. Chri.-lmas pro for pati* at* tli*- Ist M-atal ilospital. Hay wards

CHRISiMAS FUN FOR EVERYONE. MENTAL HOSPITAL : HAYWARDS HEATH. Chri.-lmas pro for pati* at* tli*- Ist M-atal ilospital. Hay wards

Hi'itth. wliiHi ilht*- \v« .ii Comity Hrllilr. ••r«* .on Mall. liiiiltrd to On Sunday lollou in, uii<l Miiiin-> h« n*--= mul lahli-mi\ pn-'i* nii-ii in Ki-itciilion I’iitiiiit- only won* miuiilti Uii'i pi rloriuan. r. hut an> jilannod for I )<M-«*inh'*r members of tin- patients’
26 December 1945 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England
 
THERE’S PLENTY OF ROOM FOR YOU ! BRITISH LEGION APPEAL : LINDFIELD. was al f-n--jojablo .suppor hr>ld tho Lindfield Branch

THERE’S PLENTY OF ROOM FOR YOU ! BRITISH LEGION APPEAL : LINDFIELD. was al f-n--jojablo .suppor hr>ld tho Lindfield Branch

«>f the British at tho Kinij ICdward Hall last Wednesday evening for really united Branch in the village which should repreaent all eligible ex- Service men and Service women. The toast of Tho Lindfield British Legion Branch was proposed Mr. K. Hawkins. Hon. Secretary of the Hay
26 December 1945 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England
 
A WARM WKLCOMIv

A WARM WKLCOMIv

all ov-Serviro and women join and enjoy t|jo ol the British Legion. Dr. Math (the ('hairinan). in proposing tho toast ** Hie Guests. ’* gave them eorclial welcome. also extended a hearty loot no to the younger members of the British Legion present, and he hoped that in due eonrs
26 December 1945 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England
 
KIXK WORK

KIXK WORK

WORK Police Sergeant Avis, win* replied behalf the guests, expressed satisfaction with the good food, good entertainment and the good company provided. spoke from personal knowledge the fine work accomplished hy the British Legion both Lindfield and all over the country, and hope
26 December 1945 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England
 
DEATH ON THE LINE AT BURGESS HILL. A MALE NURSE’S MENTAL STRESS. Whilo walkin'; tin* lirn* mtar Wivnlsficlil Station Thtirsclav

DEATH ON THE LINE AT BURGESS HILL. A MALE NURSE’S MENTAL STRESS. Whilo walkin'; tin* lirn* mtar Wivnlsficlil Station Thtirsclav

Mfl4*rno<*n. two railway workers rtumi* across tin* imitilati'd body man. Droi'nsrd was lator idontifiod as ('lament Maxwell. agi*d 50. State ri'gistered male nursi*. of Oddfields, Leylonds Hoad. Burgess Hill. the iii(|uest. eonduotrd by |)r. IS. K. Hoahk (Isa.st Sussex Coroner)
26 December 1945 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England
 

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A NERVOUS BREAKDOWN

A NERVOUS BREAKDOWN

at the end August, and went to the Fulham Hospital. Later, entered the Hollingly Hospital voluntary patient. came out in November. During the last week had worked himself into » frenzy over little things. He worried out of proportion over matters. Replying to the Coroner. Witnes
26 December 1945 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England
 
STRAIN OF THE WAR

STRAIN OF THE WAR

STRAIN THE WAR while working at tho Fulham Hospital. He entered so thoroughly into everything did. Dr. G. De Lacey, of Park Road, Burgess Hill, stated that saw Mr. Maxwell, who, was told, had recently discharged himself from mental hospital, on December 12. Ho had long conversati
26 December 1945 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England
 
THE PRESENT “ CHIME

THE PRESENT “ CHIME

THE PRESENT CHIME WAVE,” tho inspector remarked that although he would not say there had not been increase crime, would like to point out that whereas the Press hud surfeit of sensational news during tho war. this had Jfirgely come to an end, and tapers were turning to crime rep
26 December 1945 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England
 
Crosse & Blackwell LTV

Crosse & Blackwell LTV

26 December 1945 - Mid Sussex Times - Haywards Heath, Sussex, England