In today’s County Times: Horsham Football Club’s last chance for a new home

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Plans for a new Horsham FC ground at Hop Oast were unveiled this week.

In today’s County Times, Horsham FC director John Lines said this is the club’s last chance to find a new home.

Prime Minister David Cameron visited the County Times’ office this week for a Q&A about the upcoming EU referendum.

Work began to remove the Rising Universe sculpture (aka the Shelley Fountain) from Horsham town centre.

In the South Downs edition, at St John Ambulance volunteer won the British Empire Medal in the Queen’s Birthday Honours.

In sport, West Chiltington hockey star Maddie Hinch looks ahead to the Champions Trophy and the Olympics.

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