Reaction to plans to stage a music festival at Shoreham Airport are featured in the Worthing Herald this week.
The application to hold a festival for up to 70,000 people has been met with mixed views.
Sussex Police has also revealed the safety measures it would like to see implemented if the licence is granted.
Read the full story in this week’s Worthing Herald, out today.
Also in this week’s Herald is an interview with the acting chief inspector for Worthing and Adur and his plans to combat crime over the Christmas period.
Talking of Christmas, this week’s paper has a picture special from all of the recent festive events held across the area.
There are also interviews with Worthing’s panto stars in our entertainment guide, which is packed with news of shows and events coming up over the next few weeks.
There is a report from the crunch Health and Adult Social Care committee meeting, which was held on Friday and discussed the campaign to safeguard emergency services at Worthing Hospital.
There is also interesting news from Adur and Worthing councils about introducing Council Tax charges to people on benefits and plans to let the community help manage parks and open spaces.
Saturday saw a special vintage steam train pass through station across the area and stopping to collect passengers at Worthing.
See the Herald for pictures of the 1947 Tangmere locomotive which was on its way to Bath on Saturday.
The Herald, out every Thursday, is packed full of news, entertainment and sport.
There is also a special nostalgia section, details of roadworks, business news and food reviews.
We also have several columnists, including a vet, a business owner, an IT expert and a hospice chief executive.
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