In today’s County Times: “First Syrian refugees arrive”

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Proposals to house Syrian refugee families in Horsham, announced earlier this year, have now been put into action.

In today’s County Times a woman who has undergone a nightmare ordeal after a string of operations were cancelled has now been left in constant pain, urgent action has been taken to tackle a parking nightmare near a village attraction, a man who ‘cannot access his drive without doing a five-point turn’ after gates were installed has spoken of his frustration, three people have died in multiple crashes over the weekend, a fresh two day rail-strike has been called plus five pages and picture spreads on this year’s A level results.

Also in this week’s paper a woman working in an ambulance control room helped save the life of a man who suffered a heart attack, a missing pet has sparked fears that the ‘Croydon Cat Killer’ could be operating in Horsham, a rare Dodo skeleton is to go up for auction, part of a golf club is set to be turned into a wine estate and West Chiltington’s hockey hero has celebrated her gold medal success in Rio.

In the South Downs edition a controversial woodland site - where acres of trees were illegally felled and burnt earlier this year - has now been put up for sale, a village museum is hosting its annual Old School reunion plus a picture spread on the Ashington Festival.

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