Horsham town centre is set for a huge retail shake-up with mulit-million pound plans for a new multiplex and big-name brands possibly leaving the town.
In today’s County Times, proposals for the complex in Swan Walk have been welcomed by senior councillors, we take an in-depth look into the plans and analyse the new proposed development, while a prominent retailer announced it has ‘no plans’ to leave Horsham after its future was called into question.
An inquest into the death of a soldier has been adjourned amid concerns his death could have been a homicide, the chairman of Horsham Football Club slept at the club’s ground for charity, and drivers have called for action to prevent collisions at a ‘dangerous’ roundabout.
Meanwhile, Piazza Italia is coming to Horsham for the tenth year over the Easter weekend, one of the area’s most famous faces has celebrated her 99th birthday, and we announce the results of our Gym of the Year competition.
In the South Downs edition, thousands of pounds of cannabis plants were discovered in a police drugs raid, new firefighters have joined the fire service, and the company running several local leisure centres could have its contract extended until 2027.
In sport, Horsham race ace Jolyon Palmer impressed as the world watched his Formula One debut. We also have all the latest news and reports from football, rugby, gymnastics and more.
We also have pages of readers’ letters, readers’ news, business, jobs, motors, and our WOW entertainments guide.
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