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LETTER: Lost and found: a big thank-you

As I experience chronic pain I use a three-legged stick seat to support my walking and to sit on in queues, etc.

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LETTER: Solution good for everyone

A country that works for who? Well ‘everyone’ apparently – so says Theresa May, our new Conservative Prime Minister.

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LETTER: Now it’s time to restore hours

I am delighted that the county council has seen sense and agreed to withdraw the charges for DIY waste taken to the council’s waste and recycling centres.

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LETTER: Key challenges are lying ahead

With West Sussex County Council elections approaching fast (May 4), it may be worth reflecting on some of the key challenges ahead, not least in the funding of services.

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LETTER: Addressing Denton issues

I would like to take this opportunity to both thank Mr Bailey (Opinion, April 6) for raising his concerns regarding The Denton and to address those issues.

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LETTER: Bad show over playground

I have just finished reading the article on page five of the Worthing Herald dated April 6, about the devastation of the children in Clapham village because their playground has been pulled down.

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LETTER: How about being ‘Brexit-sceptic’?

The referendum last year gave a narrow majority for ‘leave’.

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LETTER: Tip charges suspended

About time. And could the old opening times be restored?

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LETTER: Begging: action is needed now

We, the Worthing Community, should be ashamed that our town and community is beset by rough sleepers and career beggars – and ashamed that our elected councillors and MP have seemingly no strategies to solve this urgent social problem.

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LETTER: Wonderful entertainment

I would like to congratulate West Sussex Music for the wonderful evening of entertainment on Tuesday, April 4, which they presented at the Assembly Hall, Worthing.

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LETTER: All aboard the Brexit bus...

Now the big red bus has got its legal clearance, it has started its way to Brexit on an unmapped road with its converted driver and the three Brexit guides.

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LETTER: Silver lining to hard Brexit?

A silver lining to a hard Brexit? Young people have become more engaged and interested in politics and why not – the future belongs to them.

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LETTER: Stagger the school holidays?

Glad that the result of the High Court supports the importance of continuity in school education and that parents who flout the system should be penalised unless exceptional circumstances are first approved by the school/education authority in question.

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LETTER: In agreement over studio

I visited the Connaught Studio, Worthing, on Tuesday, April 4, and I agree entirely with Peter Saggs’ comments about the changes (Opinion, April 6).

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LETTER: Emissions in the ‘rat run’

I read with faint amusement the letter from UKIP’s county council candidate for Lancing (who lives in Storrington) referring to traffic emissions in the West Street ‘rat run’.

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LETTER: Where does equipment go?

When my mother was discharged from hospital by ambulance she was covered with a thin blue hospital blanket.

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LETTER: Correcting an error in column

In Tim Drew’s Opinion Column headed ‘Anti-social behaviour discussed at meeting’ (Worthing Herald, April 6, and online), he comments ‘street drinkers were reported as using heroin and cocaine at the night shelter’.

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LETTER: Coastguards deserve credit

I’m writing in reference to an article in the Herald on Thursday, April 6.

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LETTER: Problems ever since the vote

It all seemed so easy to so many, finally an EU-UK in/out referendum that would settle Britain’s differences regarding our membership, or so we were led to believe.

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LETTER: Strikes: who picks up bill?

Why should the taxpayer pick up the £38 million bill for loss of revenue caused by strikes?

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