In today’s County Times: ‘Ambulance trust chairman resigns’

County Times front page 17.03.16
County Times front page 17.03.16

The chairman of an ambulance trust has resigned in the wake of an investigation into a scheme which delayed urgent care for some patients.

In today’s County Times, proposals have been unveiled for a new multiplex cinema in Horsham town centre, a soldier was killed by friendly fire while serving in Afghanistan, and Syrian refugee families are to be housed in and around Horsham.

A date has been announced for the introduction of new Sunday parking charges in Horsham, a popular department store is set to close in the summer, and a resident has warned against plans for a music festival and an obstacle race at a rural location.

Meanwhile, a £2m building named after a Collyer’s governor has been opened at the college, an entrepreneur met the Queen to mark the 40th anniversary of the Prince’s Trust, and a parade of supercars toured villages ahead of the highly anticipated tenth annual Piazza Italia.

In the South Downs edition, plans for a 32-bed dementia care home were approved, a skate park has been saved with urgent repairs beginning last week, and a 102-year-old has revealed the secret to a long life.

In sport, a rising golf star has added yet another triumph to his growing trophy cabinet. We also have all the latest news and reports from football, hockey, trampolining and more.

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