In today’s County Times: Motorists targeted by fuel pump fraudsters

County Times front page February 5 SUS-150502-103828001
County Times front page February 5 SUS-150502-103828001

Bank cards have been cloned in a series of incidents believed to be linked to the pay at the pump fuel service at Broadbridge Heath’s Tesco.

In toady’s County Times Horsham MP Francis Maude announced the reasons behind the decision to step down as Horsham MP, Horsham FC argues the council has ‘lost the plot’ over the search for a new ground, a missing man’s bones were discovered between Horsham and Crawley, and a Billingshurst school’s £10m revamp was approved.

We revisit our Free Speech Charter and the events in Horsham that led up to its launch last year, Horsham headteachers have spoken about the most recent school league tables, and a man from Plummers Plain pleaded guilty to drink driving, and a new shop for Eastern European food is set to open in the town.

We reveal the future of recycling bin collections in the Horsham district, the Horsham District Foodbank has thanked people for their donations, and a Warnham couple have celebrated their 65th wedding anniversary.

In South Downs news a entrepreneur has expressed ‘disappointment’ that plans to expand a Henfield nursery have been rejected, and proposals for a new summer festival in Storrington are unveiled.

In Horsham district sport Horsham FC have unveiled an exciting new signing, we have match reports from Horsham YM against Loxwood, Broadbridge Heath, and Horsham FC, as well as rugby, hockey, badminton, and basketball.

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