A petition has been launched calling for the North Horsham development of 2,750 new homes to be rejected in its current form.
In today’s West Sussex County Times: Residents are calling for vigilante action in response to the the current ‘killer clown’ craze. The plea has been made by Southwater parish councillor Billy Greening after a ‘clown with chains’ was reported to have been seen at Southwater Country Park at the weekend. Police are urging residents to report sightings.
Readers have the chance to win family tickets to the Gangsta Granny show, plus we have a special kids go free half term offer to Butlins.
We also have tickets to be won for a Hallowe’en adventure at Haunted High Places in Horsham.
And there’s a trick or treat competition for Horsham youngsters with cash prizes.
Also in this week’s paper a man already serving a prison sentence for fraud now has to pay back £92,000 profits from his crime, Police said that Fyfe had registered a company called Prestige Lifestyle Supercars Limited under the guise that his alleged wealthy business partner had a fleet of supercars for hire.
In the South Downs edition we preview tonight’s meeting to discuss a controversial development to demolish Glebe Surgery in Storrington.
In sport Dominic Di Paola believes getting Steve Metcalf on board will be a great addition to his Horsham squad. Metcalf, who won promotion from the Ryman League South with Worthing last season, joined Hornets last week after being released by the Woodside Road outfit.
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