BOSSES at a tourist attraction in Petersfield are ready to splash the cash to turn the town's police station into a "justice heritage centre".

Trustees at Petersfield Museum believe it would be a crime if the station on St Peter's Road fell into the hands of developers.

Their grand vision is to combine the 19th century building with the adjacent courthouse to create a justice-themed tourist attraction.

Their proposals include a study area for the Edward Thomas Fellowship and space to display more of the Bedales Costume Collection.

Trustees believe the expanded museum will be a huge draw to visitors coming to Petersfield and the South Downs National Park.

For full story, see this week's Herald.