West Sussex The family of a retired solicitor stabbed to death by a mentally ill man following a minor car prang have accused the NHS of adding to their grief by failing to apologise to them properly. Matthew Daley, 35, was yesterday cleared of murdering year-old grandfather Donald Lock during a road-rage incident, but convicted of manslaughter on the grounds of diminished responsibility after a court heard his family had repeatedly begged the authorities to section him. Following the verdict at Lewes Crown Court, the head of the NHS trust that had failed to treat Daley, apologised to his family and admitted that they had not listened to their concerns properly. Donald Lock had just been given the all clear from cancer when he was killed Credit: In a statement outside court, Andrew Lock said: Matthew Daley, guilty of manslaughter Credit: It is upsetting to hear that the NHS have taken the trouble to write to the Daley family to apologise for their failings, yet we as a family have received nothing in writing ourselves Andrew Lock After calmly climbing out of his car, Daley, who suffered from paranoid delusions and hallucinations, stabbed Mr Lock 39 times as the pensioner begged for help. A witness claimed Daley appeared expressionless as he repeatedly stabbed Mr Lock with a four and a half inch knife. During the two week trial the court heard that former architecture student had struggled with mental illness for a decade, but had repeatedly been snubbed by the local health authority when seeking treatment. It’s been like that for the last ten years.
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Roman remains and a Roman burial site were found in Roman Road. The name of the town had been thought to stem from the Roman placename Portus Adurni modern Portchester , but this is based on a misidentification of Shoreham-by-Sea as Portus Adurni by Michael Drayton in the 17th century. Indeed, the River Adur, whose mouth has moved many times due to longshore drift and erosion, was also named from this misidentification.
The old name, Copperas Gap, for Portslade-by-Sea suggests that the coast was used for the production of copperas or green vitriol, a form of ferrous sulphate used extensively in the textile industry.
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The county’s X-Files, published in response to a Freedom of Information request, show that 52 reports of unidentified flying objects were logged by the MoD between and The biggest year for sightings was , when 14 separate reports were recorded in Sussex. In the most recent year, , there were four reported sightings.
They included, in May, a report of two witnesses in Hastings who claimed they had seen “an alien outside their kitchen window”. In November of the same year, in Petworth, “five dancing lights” were reported. In August in Polegate, a witness claimed: The second object was red, and star shaped. Earlier that month, a report was logged of “seven red and white flashing lights moving in an erratic type of way” in Peacehaven.
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Royal Automobile Club – Motoring Forum The Forum will take the now familiar format of enjoying presentations by expert speakers on a range of historical automotive and motor sport-related topics. The presentations will be punctuated by a buffet lunch before finally rounding off with a light-hearted veteran car-based quiz. Regardless of where your motoring interest lies, it promises to be a thought provoking, informative and fun occasion. Arrival, coffee and refreshments — Buffet luncheon — Quiz hosted by Daniel Ward — 3.
A few veteran cars offered are eligible to take part in the Run on Sunday and for some lucky purchasers, the cars they buy may already have a much coveted entry for the Run on Sunday. Along with the motor cars around lots of veteran related automobilia will also be offered. Hosted and presented by Bonhams at their prestigious salerooms on New Bond Street, the auction will be staged during the Friday afternoon with viewings on Thursday afternoon and Friday morning.
Automobilia Sale – 4. Regent Street Motor Show Displaying a range of cars spanning years of motoring from the earliest 19th Century veterans to the 21st Century cars of the future. Regent Street will be closed in its entirety to traffic and available to the public from Piccadilly Circus to Oxford Circus.
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What — No Todmorden? How could this possibly be? It has just left its dismal terminus in Cheetham Street — behind the Hope Chapel in the background — where it will have connected with the inbound Halifax J. This one passed to the Calderdale J. They withdrew it in and sold it to Bickers of Coddenham — acting as dealers — from whom it passed to the Stella Artois brewery in Belgium who I trust paid a Reassuringly Expensive price for it. Similar bus no. What are the chances of a Dennis or Volvo lasting that long, let alone in that condition?
Makes you wonder why anyone ran anything else, especially with the longevity of these bodies- and look how smart on 20 years. Is it true- have I read it here- that the low bridge in Todmorden was the depot entrance? Originally there was a bridge on the Burnley Road but that was rebuilt in the s and it was the depot that remained the restriction. I liked Todmorden a lot and spent quite some time there riding and photographing in when it was Calderdale-owned but still of Todmorden character, with seven PD2s active.
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Cuckfield is a large village in the district of West Sussex, England. Its in the Village of Cuckfield where our latest personal account comes from courtesy of Kevin Conway. Many years ago I had been invited to a friends house in a little village called Cuckfield. I had stayed at the house before with no unpleasant experiences. So this was quite a surprise.
It was summer and the majority of the party was staged outside in a quite large garden, the weather was great, the sun was out, there was no breeze. Although the house was double fronted window on each side of the front door the house was in fact semi detached. The front door opened to a hall way which rose at the end into the stair way. Facing in there were two doors on the right, the first was a small study and the next was into the kitchen.
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The Lepe Country Park is on the cliff top above. At the back of the beach, and below the level of the cliff top, there are toilets, a cafe and a shop, useful facilities. The western part of the low, shore car park was not originally a beach but it was formerly the location where the Dark Water stream flowed out to sea. This stream now flows out just east of the Watch House and there is a road bridge accross it.
This remained the situation until early in the 19th century when a new opening was made in about the middle of the valley. The old, former eastern opening near Stone Point, had, earlier, been the result of deflection of the stream channel by flint shingle moving eastward, i.
Chichester, with a rich history dating back to Roman times was featured in The Sunday Times ‘Top 20 best places to live in the UK’. The city is home to the internationally renowned Festival Theatre which hosts many touring West End Productions.
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