In today’s County Times: ‘Tributes to crash victim’

County Times front pages, 05.11.15
County Times front pages, 05.11.15

Flowers and a football shirt have been left at the roadside in tribute to a Horsham man who died following a crash.

In today’s County Times, allegations that delayed emergency service response times led to a man’s death are investigated, a local business is celebrating a contract that is literally out of this world, a priest has been jailed for historic sexual offences, and the link between a superstar actress and a village supermarket is revealed.

An RAF crew has been laid to rest with military honours 70 years after their Lancaster bomber was shot down, a leaking oil tank was found dumped near a sports club, and transparency at Horsham District Council is debated.

Meanwhile the Elephantastic charity auction is previewed, Queen guitarist Brian May checked in with the RSPCA, and children had fun at a large Halloween party.

In our South Downs edition, a man has appeared in court over a shooting, a farmer is doing his bit to help birds at threat of extinction, and a veteran broadcaster has been remembered.

In sport, there is reaction from Steyning Town’s shock win over Horsham in local football, a boxer has continued his ascent with a big win, and there is the latest from hockey, basketball, motorsport and more.

We also have pages of readers’ letters, readers’ news, business, jobs, motors, and our WOW entertainments guide.

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