Police are searching for a former bar manager they want to interview about two alleged sexual assaults in a local pub.
Three men were sentenced to life in prison after being found guilty of plotting to murder a woman near Horsham, tributes have been paid to a man who died on the A24 near Beare Green, and businesses were recognised for sponsoring the new town centre Christmas tree.
In other Horsham news actress Julie Walters handed out awards to winners of a competition to design the Samaritans Horsham branch Christmas card this year, a Horsham pupil won a national competition to design a new road safety banner, while a new Airports Commission report has raised new flight path fears in the town.
We interview a Partridge Green 93-year-old who talks about delivering messages on the Front Line during the Second World War, the impact of a 10,000-home new settlement was discussed during examination hearings on Horsham District Council’s local housing plan, while we also have pages of motors, politics, business news, as well as a 24-page WOW entertainments guide, and readers’ letters and news.
This week’s edition also features an eight-page pullout on our ever popular County Times Community Awards, which was held on Tuesday night at The Capitol Theatre.
Meanwhile in South Downs news plans for 72 more new homes for Henfield were rejected, a Storrington leisure centre has unveiled its new look, a sculpture in Pulborough has been officially unveiled, proposals have been put forward to restore West Chiltington’s former youth building, while residents have expressed confusion over a planned land swap in Steyning.