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Access to Climping church

A while ago your columnist Whispering Smith mentioned his difficulty in gaining access to our lovely Grade 1 listed church, St Mary’s at Clymping.

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Thanks for stepping in at last minute

I am writing in order to thank, via your newspaper, the staff who were working at Rush Hair and Beauty on the evening of Tuesday, August 6.

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Littlehampton sewage problems foreseen by many

The “issues with the capacity of the sewage network” that are holding up road improvements were foreseen by many people and should have been preventable.

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Street drinkers disrespectful of Littlehampton war memorial

Littlehampton like most towns has its fair share of lowlife but it particularly upsets me to see drinkers sitting yards away and facing our War Memorial, most often chucking cans on the ground literally feet from the litter bins.

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Thanks for the generous donations at Worthing street collection

May we thank everyone who generously contributed to our recent street collection in Worthing town centre.

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Tigger, a cream ballast cat was last seen sitting on Mums grave in Littlehampton cemetery.

Hes only been with her a month and seeed very happy from his grin, and settled into his job of watching over her.
She so loved her cats. My sister, brother and myself hope whoever has acquired Tigger enjoys his company in either their home or garden
Susan, Julie and John Covey
Beacon Way
Littlehampton SUS-160916-094604001

Grave concern for ballast cat

Tigger, a cream ballast cat was last seen sitting on Mum’s grave in Littlehampton cemetery.

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Our Saxon legacy

Next month will see the 950th anniversary of the Battle of Hastings.

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Free us from monopolies

If there are two things Brexit and the EU should do, the first is to keep us free from the overbearing patronage of places like China and Russia.

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Muddled thinking over grammar schools

What annoys me most is the argument that a grammar school is for the “privileged pupils” and that you have to have money to go to this type of school.

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Lancing’s impressive Luxor building must be saved

To my mind the Luxor is the most impressive building in Lancing, and so its present parlous state is a cause of embarrassment for many of us in the village.

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What happened to ‘more buses’ pledge

I am writing about the Labour Councillor for Eastbroke.

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Old Littlehampton pub site still derelict

And so it goes on and on. I refer to the site of the old Locamotive pub still a derelict site having been vacant at least since 2006.

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State of social housing a disgrace

Social housing across the country is shocking and disgraceful.

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Thanks for returning watch lost in Worthing

Having lost my wrist watch in Worthing I had the good fortune to find it had been handed in at the police station.

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Worthing Ladies FC excells

On Sunday I attended the first Worthing Ladies Football Team home match at the Woodside Road Ground where they notched up a decisive win against Burgess Hill Ladies.

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Who’s driving the Brexit bus?

The referendum was a two-bus race.

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Better traffic flow without lights a ‘myth’

Once again the myth of better traffic flow without traffic lights raises it’s head.

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Why we should be supporting doctors’ strike

p On August 31, while I was breaking up some old wooden frames, I stepped back onto a rusty nail.

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Council’s ‘duty’ to provide public toilets

Save, save, save is all we hear from Arun District Council in their pathetic attempt to justify the closing of the only two public conveniences in Ferring.

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50 years and still no roads strategy for the south

David Peckham is absolutely right (letters, September 8) to remind us about the proposed Folkestone to Honiton Freeway in 1966 (50 years ago), which was well and truly kicked into the long grass.

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