In today’s County Times: Horsham school tops league table

Both editions of the West Sussex County Times (October 22 edition)
Both editions of the West Sussex County Times (October 22 edition)
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A Horsham school has finished top of the table in West Sussex for GCSE results.

In today’s West Sussex County Times (Thursday October 22) a society has told how the future of neighbourhood planning across the country could be in doubt as a village waits for the result of a planning appeal, a school has received a royal visit after opening a new £9m centre, a Horsham man has been jailed for supplying cocaine, two residents have described their anger at their housing associations over maintenance problems, a police officer has been banned after drink-driving to work and thousands of residents have rallied to save a much loved Kirdford bridge.

Also in today’s paper councillors have rejected plans to build 54 homes in a village, a group have been left disappointed after a series of problems spoilt their trip to Chessington World of Adventures, head teachers from across the district have campaigned for more teachers after meeting the education minister and a Henfield chocolate guru has been named among the world’s greatest business leaders.

We also have a two page special on the issue of cycling and cycle routes across the district, more complaints have been voiced about a Horsham crossing and a breast cancer survivor from the town has raised more than £1,000 for charity.

You find out more about Horsham’s Halloween party and pick up an entry form to take part in this year’s Trick or Treat competition.

The paper also contains a selection of first day at school pictures.

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