In this week’s West Sussex County Times

County Times front page May 22
County Times front page May 22

This week’s West Sussex County Times leads on 18 months of ‘commuter hell’ which could await Horsham motorists, starting in June as a new roundabout is built on the A24.

Other big stories in the Horsham area this week include a picture special on Horsham Bowling Club’s official move to Holbrook Tythe Barn, a Surrey police officer was in court after an accident on the A24 near Warnham, while an inquest began into the death of a Henfield highways worker on the A24 near Ashington h.

South Downs front page May 22.

South Downs front page May 22.

South East Coast Ambulance Service apologises over a 35 minute wait after a 999 call in Horsham, Horsham district councillors have called for an overall administrator to be appointed at Horsham Hospital, while thousands of pounds were raised for St Catherine’s Hospice at a garden fair in Billingshurst last weekend.

Meanwhile in our South Downs edition we explore fears over fracking in the South Downs National Park, updates on Storrington’s Glebe Surgery and Mill Stream Medical Centre, and more on a low emission zone trial in Storrington which is aiming to counter the village’s air quality problem.

Our special two-page report looks into the issue of foodbanks, just as the fifth one opens in the district in Billingshurst.

Your 24-page WOW entertainments guide includes a preview of Boogie blues master Ben Waters next piano gig at Coolham, as well as listings, what’s on, other previews and reviews.

In Horsham district sport this week Southwater-based Jolyon Palmer is looking to extend his lead in the GP2 Championship in Monaco this weekend.

We also have a full race results, report and pictures from the Horsham 10k from Sunday.

Lastly golfer Tom Hayward’s is looking to make in onto the pro European Tour.

There’s also four pages of readers’ letters, comment, politics and business news, as well as ten pages of readers’ news.