In today’s County Times: Body found in Country Park

Front pages of the West Sussex County Times Thursday November 19 edition.
Front pages of the West Sussex County Times Thursday November 19 edition.

A man’s body was found in Southwater Country Park on Sunday (November 15), Sussex Police has confirmed.

In today’s County Times, a man who died after a crash in Cowfold has been named by police, a resident speaks about his mile long tribute to the victims of the Paris terror attacks, a local man shot in the Paris attacks is recovering well, the charge for garden waste bin collection could rise by 30 per cent and the ‘mystery’ of a man whose bones were found in Pease Pottage.

Also in today’s paper, a man has been jailed for offences relating to indecent images of children, a former West Sussex County Council officer has been jailed for defrauding the council of more than £91,000, work begins on a new £6m care home complete with a cinema and a £500,000 dinosaur is to go on sale.

Also in this week’s edition the family of a girl who helped save the lives of others through organ donation has received a special honour, Horsham District Council has appointed a dementia friendly coordinator, a school told to improve by Ofsted inspectors has taken ‘effective action’ to do so and a Horsham game designer has been selected for a BAFTA award.

In the South Downs edition, plans to solve a parking problem at a village station have been rejected after being branded a ‘complete muddle’, 35 new home have been rejected for a second time in a village, a lay-by on the A24 has been branded a ‘serious’ risk, pupils talk of their delight after their school featured in a new BBC One show and residents of a village have been left outraged after being without telephone and broadband services for more than three months.

The paper also contains a special report on The Civil Aviation Authority’s review of the changes to Gatwick flightpaths, an eight-page County Times Community Awards special, plus another eight-page pullout featuring our Cute Kids competition.