Free runners in Horsham town centre should be ‘seized by police and prosecuted’, according to a cabinet member.
In today’s County Times a man who died in a scuba diving accident while on holiday in Cornwall has been named by police, a lorry driver involved in a fatal crash in Horsham was 11 times the drink-drive limit, a petition has been launched to provide a village with a ‘sustainable’ bus service to and from the town centre, firefighters will be joining paramedics at some medical emergencies as part of a new scheme, work continues to progress on the final stage of the £35m redevelopment of Horsham’s ‘West End’ plus a double page spread on a charity project to keep youngsters safe while crossing the road.
Also in this week’s paper, £30,000 worth of mobile phones were stolen from a Horsham shop, children have fallen victim to 282 sex crimes in Sussex schools over the past five years, a report has revealed, GPs in Horsham have backed a call for councils to make the roads safer for cyclists, failure to pay staff working in Sussex’s patient transport service has been branded ‘unacceptable’ and staff at a nursery rated ‘inadequate’ have built “strong foundations” for improvement.
In the South Downs edition a man who dialed 999 and asked police to stop following him in a pursuit through Washington and Steyning has been jailed, Sir David Attenborough has supported a Henfield based charity in a quest to protect vulnerable wildlife, muddy paths and non-existent pavements are proving an issue in Storrington and five multi-million pound schemes put forward to upgrade the A27 road are to be scrutinised.
In sport Horsham FC manager Dominic Di Paola has called for his team to get a run of results together. We also have the latest from rugby, motorsport and tennis.
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