This week’s County Times leads with news of a possible council U-turn on the future of Broadbridge Heath Leisure Centre.
A Horsham resident has expressed ‘concern’ over a council request for copies of his letters, we report on a raid on a Horsham takeaway, police have offered a reward for information after an attempted robbery of a Horsham bank, and a Horsham school celebrated a special ‘demolition day’ last week.
We thank all of our readers for helping to support our Christmas campaign, our reporters take a behind the scene look at activities at Horsham’s Royal Mail Delivery Office, and we take a last look at what makes Horsham special during the festive period.
A Horsham grandmother will see one of her design appear on Christmas cards across the country, a Slinfold couple have spoken about their support for the Leprosy Mission, and a Horsham man has been recognised by the Prime Minister.
In South Downs news a power cut in the Storrington area affected around 4,000 homes, a Thakeham fire is being treated as arson, tributes have been paid in Henfield to a village ‘champion and ambassador’, a councillor has raised questions over funding for improvements to the A27, and an action group has been formed to fight development in Storrington.
Meanwhile in this week’s sports news a Horsham couple were recognised for 50 years of service to tennis, we have reports from games involving Horsham FC, Horsham YMCA and Broadbridge Heath, as well as rugby, hockey, basketball, golf, stoolball, and athletics news.
We also have politics, business, motors, readers letters and news, jobs, property, and entertainments in our special WOW guide.