A campaign to stop a landmark Horsham pub from being bulldozed has been launched by residents.
In today’s County Times we bring you the latest after an incident in Storrington’s Waitrose, the vision for the new West End in Horsham draws crowds, a Southwater man was jailed for sex offences, there have been more queueing chaos at one of Horsham town centre’s car parks, a Horsham after-school club has described a recent Ofsted report as ‘unfair’, three Horsham doctors’ surgeries have been successful in their bids for Government funding, and Horsham Amnesty Group have highlighted World Press Freedom Day.
We have a picture special from Plaistow Pre-School’s traditional Maypole Fete, a disability respite unit is set to open in Horsham, Freedom of the Parish has been awarded to two former parish council chairmen in Southwater, and a Faygate cafe has gained national recognition for its food.
In South Downs news more than 80 vehicles had their windows smashed in around Pulborough, West Chiltington and Billingshurst earlier this week, an actor has helped launched an ‘enchanted garden’ at a pub near Pulborough created in memory of a former employee, Ashington came together to see one of its residents receive a British Empire Medal for services to the village, and Chanctonbury Lions have raised £4,000 towards a Storrington community centre.
We also have pages of sport, motors, jobs, business, readers’ letters and news, as well as our WOW entertainments guide.