Improvement works are planned for Warnham Mill Pond on the outskirts of Horsham to manage the risk of flooding from the Warnham Mill reservoir.
Plans for a ‘sustainable’ development of 46 homes at Marringdean Road, Billingshurst were unanimously refused this afternoon (Tuesday).
Latest figures show that the council has exceeded its sign-up projection of 20,000 for its new paid for garden waste collection.
Two Roffey mums have triumphed in their bid for improved children’s playground at a park off Beech Road.
The council will decide tonight whether 69 homes and a new primary school should be built in Barns Green.
Firefighters battled flames in the living room of a first floor flat in Handcross last night (Monday May 20).
Horse riding equipment worth thousands of pounds has been stolen during a daylight burglary at the Pulborough Stud Farm, in Storrington Road, Thakeham.
Southern Housing Group has moved to reassure residents of Evelyn Lancaster House in Horsham that the home will not close until alternative accommodation has been found for them.
Plans for a new village near to Henfield came in for heavy criticism at a packed public meeting on May 10.
The letters ‘PWBC’ have been scratched into cars parked in the Pondtail Drive area of Horsham.
West Sussex County Council has announced its schedule of surface dressing treatment to roads ahead of the Bank Holiday weekend.
Drawing on more than 20 years of experience at the top of her profession a Cowfold woman has co-authored a fictional tale on leadership .
The Horsham Painting Group is holding its spring exhibition and sale at the Quaker Meeting House, Worthing Road on Saturday, May 25 between 10am and 4pm.
A young Horsham girl has donated 30cm of hair to help make a wig for other children who have lost their own through cancer treatment.
West Sussex County Council has awarded Age UK Horsham District a public health contract to support West Sussex vulnerable residents to offer them help in the home.
The energy company behind plans for exploratory drilling for oil and gas near Wisborough Green held a public exhibition at the weekend.
Every now and then you meet someone who really inspires you, someone whose story touches your heart.
Today marks the start of National Vegetarian Week, and to celebrate award-winning restaurant Giraffe are offering 2-for-1 on all vegetarian main courses.
Leaders from sport, local government, media and business shared a wealth of experience on leadership with Tanbridge House School pupils last month.
Fighting off cancer led a Horsham woman to take her business, stitching up patchwork pieces of art, to the next level while also raising money for charity.
The Communities Secretary Eric Pickles has praised the work of local authorities like West Sussex County Council, who are on target turn around thousands of ‘troubled’ families.
Seventy years ago this month the most daring RAF bomber raids were deployed to target Germany’s industrial sites. The most famous of these were the Dambusters of 617 squadron.
A robber serving a life sentence has failed in his bid to be given a release date.
A Thakeham beautician will wax a man’s legs to raise funds for a one-year-old suffering from an extremely rare disease.1 comment
Manns of Cranleigh has launched its new women’s fashion department featuring famous brands and local talent.
Comment, by Gary Shipton Editor In Chief
A Horsham man has been charged with theft of a vehicle.
A Horsham District councillor has defended an alleged planning condition breach by saying he was trying to keep one of Rudgwick’s businesses in the village.1 comment
Pasties are no longer on the menu for detainees in Sussex - a sign of tough new measures introduced by the new police and crime commissioner.3 comments
Cranleigh Prep School celebrated their centenary this year with the opening of a new eco-building.
A Henfield mum has swapped her 9-5 job to set up achildren’s photography franchise.
Over past few weeks, Horsham District Council has been explaining more about the five Neighbourhood and Parish clusters that are working together to provide new important and valued community youth work.
After readers ridiculed six new speed bumps at the exit of the Pavilions’ car park two have been removed.
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Starting on July 4 and continuing throughout the month, Horsham Independents are joining forces to highlight the importance of Independent Traders in the Town.
Age UK Horsham District is inviting people to take part in its first charity Golf Day to help raise the funds for its charitable services.
A retired traffic patrol officer said he has endured a ‘long and painful process’ with the county council for car damages he claims were caused by a large pot hole.7 comments
West Sussex County Council’s drive to help communities become more resilient to flooding has received a £298,500 boost.1 comment
Horsham Training Centre will be holding an information evening to enable local people to find out more about professional training courses designed to boost your career and your business performance.
A Storrington anti-housing campaigner has urged villagers to comment to the council on an application for 102 new homes.
West Sussex County Council’s child protection social work practices were praised for ‘significant improvement’ by a Government minister.
A new pottery painting studio is opening soon in Piries Place.
The showhomes at Durrants Village, on the site of Agate’s Yard, Faygate, were offically opened by Horsham MP Francis Maude on Friday.
Setting course for Centro de Portugal - an untapped region of outstanding natural beauty - Ollie McAteer unearths romance in Coimbra, becomes the sixth inhabitant of a schist village and meets a man who gambled everything to reach the top of the country.
It has been widely reported this week that A&E departments right across the country are busier than ever before.
A development for 27 homes on an already ‘dangerous’ junction have been given the go-ahead on a narrow vote despite road safety concerns.
People have described the registration process for the new green waste collection scheme as an ‘omnishambles’.3 comments
Two young girls are donating more than 50cm of hair between them to help make a wig for other children who have lost their own through cancer treatment.
Summer is coming and we have a superb reader offer in this week’s paper.
A property developer has revealed its plans to build 75 homes in Storrington amid an air quality crisis in the village.
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Tuesday 21 May 2013
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