Parents, pupils and staff at Kingslea Primary School are mourning the tragic loss of their ‘inspirational’ deputy headteacher this week.
In today’s West Sussex County Times we update readers on the proposed Horsham District Council office move to County Hall North, staff were threatened as £8,000 of camera equipment was stolen from Horsham’s Jessops store, GPs have launched a new plan for the future of health services in Horsham, and the council threw out plans for 32 sheltered apartments in the town.
A Horsham father-of-two has launched his bid to become the town’s next MP, we reveal a £14m black hole in county council funding for projects as part of the West of Horsham housing developments, another shop is set to go as part of the ‘West End’ redevelopment, while the town centre saw its first Armed Forces Day celebration on Sunday.
Meanwhile in South Downs news proposals are revealed for the future of the derelict Shoreham Cement Works, plans were debated on a new bypass for Arundel that could help solve air quality problems in Storrington, a developer has appealed against the council’s decision to reject a solar farm in Steyning, while a Stopham family have launched an appeal to save a 17th century church window.
We also have a prom picture special from the Weald, Forest and Millais schools.
In our 24-page WOW entertainments guide as well as previews, reviews, what’s on and listings, we interview TV presenter and star of ITV’s The Chase Bradley Walsh at Ardingly ArtsFest’s Comedy Night.
In Horsham district sport this week Jolyon Palmer is targeting a maiden Silverstone win in the GP2 series, we have three pages of cricket match reports, as well as darts, swimming, cycling, athletics, and golf.
On top of letters, business, politics and motors, there are nine pages of readers’ news in this week’s paper.