In today’s County Times: “Move to fortnightly bin collections is planned”

Front pages of the West Sussex County Times (Thursday November 17 edition)
Front pages of the West Sussex County Times (Thursday November 17 edition)

Fortnightly general bin collections are set to be introduced across the Horsham district in spring 2018.

In today’s County Times, a man has died after a crash on the A29, new charges are to be introduced at rural car parks across the district, the Tories have romped home to a convincing victory in Southwater’s by-election, plans have been submitted for the multi-million-pound redevelopment of Piries Place, around 1,500 homes were left without water in villages around Horsham after a mains burst, plus a seven page special as the district remembers those who have fallen.

Also in this week’s paper, Dunelm is set to open next week and is giving away free gifts to customers, Horsham students at a popular club have been treated to a special visit from Peter Andre, £28,000 is to spent on improving Horsham Bus Station, a rare dodo skeleton is to go on sale and a new campaign is being launched to save iconic red telephone boxes in towns and villages throughout Sussex

In the South Downs edition, another development proposed for Storrington’s Heath Common has been refused, police are appealing for information after a collection of fire service memorabilia was stolen from Amberley and a group of volunteers have helped restoration work on a ‘care farm’ in Washington take another step forward.

In sport, a talented young Horsham footballer has been recognised among the world’s best players and crowned Wales’ young women’s player of the year. We also have the latest rugby, hockey and cricket news.

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