Massive debts have been racked up by the bodies responsible for paying for health services in Mid Sussex, Horsham and Crawley.
In today’s County Times, a concrete gargoyle left in the middle of a road has led to safety fears after a crash, a father-of-two is fighting to see his children grow up as he raises money for a drug that might beat his terminal cancer, the latest phase of work on a £35m rejuvenation project for Horsham’s ‘West End’ has been unveiled, a headteacher has described the moment he feared he would have to watch his school go up in smoke, plus a Horsham artist has announced the release of his latest Gorillaz album.
Also in this week’s paper, a consultation into a proposed merger between two colleges has been launched, a £3m project has been launched to improve Horsham’s streets, a Horsham shop is one of dozens putting a ban on the sale of Easter bunnies, students have enjoyed a special trip to see the White House plus we have latest news and schedules for Horsham’s Piazza Italia event.
In the South Downs edition, there was a heroes welcome for a fomrer Pulborough pupil after completing an 18,000 mile around the world tandem bike ride, a schoolgirl has died after being involved in a crash at a bus stop in Thakeham last week, the team behind plans for a new surgery in Storrington have welcomed the news of its approval, a woman has been left outraged after being told her 98-year-old bedridden mother does not qualify for health funding, and a man who took up writing as a form of therapy whilst battling cancer is preparing to publish his fourth book.
In sport, Horsham manager Dominic Di Paola has revealed a groundshare at the ‘excellent facilities’ at Lancing next season is the best of a bad situation. We also have the latest motorsport, hockey and rugby news.
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