The future of a building once once known as a jewel in the UK theatre's crown could be decided next week. The Beatles and the Rolling Stones once played at the Brighton Hippodrome but it has been left derelict for almost ten years.
Now it could be re-developed as an eight screen cinema. But 11,300 people have signed a petition against the plans. Andy Dickenson reports.
More than 700 people have signed a petition for a statue of George Harrison in Henley. James Lambert would like the monument to be erected in the market place. The former Beatle lived in Friar Park from 1970 until his death in 2001.
The campaign has received the backing of Henley MP John Howell and a number of town councillors.