In today’s County Times: ‘Protest over Sunday charges’

County Times front page 31.03.16
County Times front page 31.03.16

New parking charges due to be introduced in Horsham tomorrow have sparked a public backlash.

In today’s County Times, a petition has been launched over parking fees on Sundays and Bank Holidays, Storm Katie caused chaos across the Horsham district, and the owner of a farm park raided by thieves has thanked the public for their support since the theft.

Thousands of people visited Horsham town centre for the popular Piazza Italia festival, a principal has said a heartfelt goodbye to the school where she has worked for 28 years, and a headteacher has warned opponents of academies to be careful what they ask for.

Meanwhile, emergency first responders have been presented with a new defibrillator, a six-year-old has given up sweets for a month for a good cause, and crowds packed the streets to watch the ever-popular Bolney Pram Race.

In the South Downs edition, a group of friends discovered First World War artefacts including a bomb shell at the bottom of a river, hundreds of people attended the annual Easter-egg hunt took place on Sullington Warren, and A village post office under threat of closure could move to new premises.

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