Mention for on Herald front page today

The main story on the Haslemere Herald front page this week is: More Pay ‘n’ Dismay is on cards. This is an article, written by Beatrice Phillpotts, about Waverley Borough Council’s plans to re-surface the Wey Hill Fairground site.  The article mentions that shopkeepers have objected to these proposals via the website.

Read the objections on the website here:

Parking charges in the Wey Hill car park would have a huge detrimental effect on my business.

Strong objections about the proposed pay and display car park at the top of Wey Hill.

Also, on the front page there is an article, written by Caroline Toms, with the headline: Back petition calls. This is the petition that requests a reversal of this decision because of a negative impact it has had on the Haslemere community. PETITION WAVERLEY BC REVERSE CHARGING HOURS.

And finally, another article on the front page, written by Caroline Toms, has the headline: Traders repeat call for free parking to beat road works.

All three articles are behind the paywall of the Haslemere Herald.

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