Excitement is building over a three-day music festival which comes to Horsham for the first time this summer.
In today’s County Times, we look ahead to the Big Kahuna festival following its announcement, a Michelin-starred restaurant badly damaged in a fire is set to reopen, and a battle has been launched to save a children’s swimming centre under threat of closure.
An academy has taken its first steps towards a ‘good’ Ofsted rating, a railway station footbridge has been removed for refurbishment, and an unsung community hero has picked up a prestigious award.
Meanwhile, hundreds of people were left without power during Storm Imogen, the government’s education minister met with West Sussex head teachers and will consider much-needed extra funding, and two new traders are set to open in Horsham town centre.
In the South Downs edition, parents and governors marched to convince the council to keep a school open, plans for a permanent Steyning skate park are still dividing the community, and Alan Titchmarsh is to star in a new television game show featuring Parham House and Gardens.
In sport, controversy reigned after an entertaining draw between Horsham and Loxwood. We also have all the latest news and reports from rugby, motor racing, basketball and more.
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