County Times, March 28, 2013

This week's paper.
This week's paper.

Man seriously injured in fall from Swan Walk car park. A man was rushed to hospital in ‘very serious’ condition after the incident on Wednesday morning. This week saw renewed calls for more safety measures at the multi-storey car park. There have been a number of previous incidents at the site. An inquest into the previous one was going ahead at Horsham’s County Hall North, even while the emergency services were at Swan Walk.

Horsham District Council’s housing policy afflicted by ‘embarrassing delays and policy paralysis’, according to John Steele of the Horsham Society. Other campaign groups warned about a potential flood of uncontrolled and unwanted housing development, thanks to the uncertainties of central government’s policy.

Warnham - Road safety fears after fourth car in a year crashes through fence.

Billingshurst - Mother-of-two fears the new ‘bedroom tax’ means she will struggle to feed her children.

Bolney - Fire crew faced a race against time to save a couple who were trapped in their home by smoke and fire.

South Downs edition:

Amberley - Major protest at council offices over plans to turn Black Horse pub into houses.

Steyning - Norman Checkley celebrates 100th birthday

National Park - chalk grassland preservation project celebrates its first anniversary.

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