In today’s County Times: ‘Headteachers campaign for fairer school funding’

County Times front pages 10.12.15
County Times front pages 10.12.15

Pupils in West Sussex face a raw deal when it comes to funding and deserve better, local headteachers have argued.

In today’s County Times, headteachers have launched a campaign to improve the funding of local schools, a disabled woman was left on a dirty floor without help after falling inside a public toilet, and tributes have been paid to the lead mechanic of a successful motor racing team.

A popular store has reopened complete with a brand new Post Office, a man has been found guilty of exposing himself to teenagers, and an empty pub is set to be demolished.

Meanwhile, a £14m redevelopment at Millais School has been completed, a recently opened childrens’ play area has won an award for environmental best practice, and a Horsham pub has been named our Pub of the Year.

In the South Downs edition, we have the latest update on the education saga in Storrington, controversial plans to build a skate park in Steyning are back on the agenda, and students ‘escaped’ from their school for a massive charity fundraiser.

In sport, a young racing driver hoping to follow in his father and brother’s footsteps has won a major award, and we have all the latest news and reports from football, rugby, golf and more.

We also have pages of readers’ letters, readers’ news, business, jobs, motors, and our WOW entertainments guide.

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