In today’s County Times: ‘Alarm at Sunday parking charges’

County Times front pages 17.12.15

County Times front pages 17.12.15

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Sunday parking charges could be introduced in Horsham town centre under plans being considered by the council.

In today’s County Times, the potential Sunday parking fare is debated, a man died after a crash near Henfield, and an 11-year-old boy has taken on Jeremy Paxman after he disagreed about an answer given on University Challenge.

Athletes, coaches and parents have urged the council to retain a much-needed facility at a new leisure centre, an inquest heard that a woman died after falling from a balcony, and garden centre workers restrained a man following a chase.

Meanwhile, a family is raising money for charity through a Christmas lights display for the seventh year, a network of organised criminals defrauded people out of more than £310,000, and we have reaction to a shocking story that hit the headlines last week.

In the South Downs edition, a college has taken its first steps to converting to an academy, a charity bail raised nearly half a million pounds, and youngsters from Upper Beeding Primary School have performed their Nativity.

In sport, Horsham YMCA lead the way after smashing in 15 goals in a game. We also have all the latest news and reports from hockey, rugby, basketball and more.

We also have pages of readers’ letters, readers’ news, business, jobs, motors, and our WOW entertainments guide.

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