The County Times (Thursday June 2 edition).
In this week’s County Times, a teenager tells how he was threatened and hit in the head with a piece of rubble.
Also this week, armed police and a helicopter were called to a firearms incident in Warnham; Horsham District Council announced plans to curb free running, drinking in public, and anti-social driving; and Christian Mitchell takes over as council chairman.
A young girl who survived leukaemia was treated to a star-studded awards night, and local gardeners enjoyed success at the Chelsea Flower Show.
In the South Downs edition, a man was arrested after human remains were found near Slaugham; a pre-school has kept its ‘outstanding’ Ofsted rating for a second year; West Sussex County Council has been asked to delay any decision to shut Rydon Community College; and Duncan Goodhew MBE paid a visit to a first school.
In sport, a six wicket win put Roffey into the regional final of the ECB National Club Championship. We also have latest news and reports from rugby, football and athletics.
We also have pages of readers’ letters, readers’ news, business, jobs, motors, and our WOW entertainments guide.
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