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Man in hospital after car collides with pub fence

A 22-year-old man is in hospital with serious injuries after the car he was driving collided with the fencing of a pub in Henfield near Brighton.

The incident happened on the A281 junction with Muddleswood Road in Albourne on Saturday 25th May 2013. Sussex Police and West Sussex Fire & Rescue Service were called to the Ginger Fox pub at 6.35am. Officers are appealing for witnesses.

"The road was closed for several hours whilst forensic investigators carried out work at the scene and the driver was medically removed from the car.

"I would appeal to anyone who witnessed the collision and has not yet spoken to police to please call 101 quoting Op Maine or email collision.appeal@sussex.pnn.police.uk."

– PC Chris Welsh from the Road Police Unit, Sussex Police

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Golfers play on despite thefts

Horton Golf Club in Sussex Credit: Horton Golf Club

Horton Golf Club in Sussex could close after all its course machinery was stolen in two night-time raids.

Possibly the only club in the country that has been completely built by its members and wholly maintained by them, the thefts have left the 80 members distraught, the club says.

Two weeks ago thieves stole their Massey Ferguson tractor, then on the night of Bank Holiday Sunday took all the equipment in the club's shed.

Thefts could force golf club closure

A golf club in Sussex could be forced to close after all its course machinery was stolen in two night-time raids.

The Horton course, in Henfield, is thought to be the only golf club in the country completely built by its members and wholly maintained by them.

The devastating thefts have left the 80 members distraught.

Two weeks ago thieves entered the club grounds via Henfield Business Park and stole their Massey Ferguson tractor.

Then on the night of Bank Holiday Sunday, raiders stole nearly every piece of equipment that the club had in their shed.

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