In today’s County Times: “Rubbish burner plans put forward”

Front page of the West Sussex County Times (Thursday December 22 edition)
Front page of the West Sussex County Times (Thursday December 22 edition)

Waste management company Britaniacrest Recycling Ltd this week submitted its application to build a new incinerator near Horsham.

In today’s County Times, Steyning residents have said Bah Humbug to plans to introduce new parking charges, a mum of triplets who faces regular train chaos while travelling to work from Horsham has hit out at rail workers, Southwater Junior Academy has announced plans to change its admissions policy, an elderly man and his disabled wife were targeted by thieves while shopping in the town centre plus pupils and colleagues have said goodbye to a popular headteacher who has retired after 24 years.

Also in this week’s paper, an internationally renowned sculptor has spoken of her ‘sadness’ over changes to one of her artworks on display in Horsham, awards have been presented to the joint winners of a prestigious Christmas card competition, resurfacing of a Horsham pavement has been labelled a ‘shoddy mess’ by residents and the annual Steyning Grammar School jail break has returned to the town.

In Sport, Horsham FC have some festive cheer and a feared injury set-back going into the Christmas period. We also have the latest rugby, basketball and hockey news.

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