A Horsham councillor has urged the public to ‘fight for the district’ and convince their local councillors to reject plans for thousands of new homes North of Horsham, as the council plan to meet for an extraordinary meeting next week.
Also in today’s paper a man who died in a Horsham crash has been named by police, a defibrillator has been donated to the town by a man who suffered a heart attack, new information reveals reported rapes are at a two year high in the district, plans to give a popular Horsham pub a new ‘lease of life’ have been approved plus a double page spread as the district remembers those who have been lost in conflicts including the heart-warming story of a standard bearer who collapsed moments before a Remembrance Sunday service but was determined to continue.
Plans for 40 homes in one village and 42 in another have also been rejected, jobs are at risk at a garden centre as it announces changes to the bistro and gift shop, a support worker has been given a suspended jail sentence for assaulting a woman who had disabilities, safety concerns have been raised over construction vehicles creating a ‘mud bath’ at a new Horsham development and a woman has warned residents to look out for tick bites after catching a disease from the blood-sucking creatures.
In the South Down’s edition an actress has left a legacy of more than £900,000 to secure the future of her West Chiltington based sanctuary, a popular exhibition returns to a village and an Ashington photographer has won an international competition.
In sport Horsham FC manger Dominic Di Paola wants to keep standards high, Horsham Rugby Club come close to ending the table toppers 100 per cent record plus the latest Hockey, cricket and athletics news.
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