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LETTER: Policing: what do you think?

Last week, the Herald & Gazette posed this question to its readers, ‘What do you think of policing?’ Reading this letter might help some people come up with their answers.

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LETTER: Lions’ thanks for support

On behalf of all members of Worthing Lions, I would like to thank the thousands of people who attended our fantastic firework display on Sunday, November. 5

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LETTER: Simplifying energy prices

The government’s proposal to cap energy charges whilst, no doubt, gaining approval from Jeremy Corbyn and Raul Castro, will, as is so often the case with government initiatives, not only alienate a section of the population, in this case the suppliers, but will fail to address the problem.

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LETTER: Car parking and fouling

There seems to me to be one point that Susan Angel should be able to expect CP Plus to clarify and thus settle her liability one way or the other.

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LETTER: Supporting the council’s stance

I fully support Worthing Borough Council in its prosecution for dog-fouling.

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LETTER: On the issue of dog fouling

Further to Michael Drummond’s article (last week’s Herald and online) asking views on dog fouling laws, I’m going to slightly side-step that (nothing worse than legislation on the soles of your shoes) and say in my view the issue isn’t the law, it’s the attitudes and habits of dog owners.

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LETTER: Thanks to many volunteers

The recent Bonfire night was a wonderful ocassion for the Town and I was pleased to read that the £10,000 target for street collections was exceeded.

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Rampion wind farm

Rampion announce a £4 million fund which will include supporting organisations working for benefit of Sussex people

Corporate social responsibility, as it is sometimes now termed, really began when Victorian industrialists started wanting to address the social ills of their age, including the poor living conditions of their workers.

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Rt Rev Mark Sowerby, Bishop of Horsham

Not as simple as good or bad

This coming Sunday the country will pause, and take stock of the sacrifice and ongoing dedication of many men and women in the service of their country.
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LETTER: Eyesore is out of character

I have just read the estate agent’s advert for Caravel Court, the monstrous eyesore currently being built on the old Parcelforce site.

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LETTER: Street drinkers and homeless

What has happened to our lovely town of Shoreham?

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LETTER: Advice to stay well this winter

With the weather turning colder and winter approaching fast, the county council is highlighting some of the ways we can all help to stay well this winter.

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LETTER: Energy and ideas wanted

Trustees’ Week starts on the November 13 and what better time to celebrate the vital contribution of these fantastic volunteers.

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LETTER: Who will take beloved tapes?

The time has come in my life when I need to down-size, either to move nearer to my son in Yorkshire and save him and his wife a day’s journey to come to me in Worthing, or to save them many hours, days, even weeks, to go through all my things when I die.

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LETTER: Dispute will cost taxpayers

I thought the piling along the River Arun was for preventing flooding for the town of Littlehampton and yet a gap was left in the protection because of a dispute between the Environment Agency and the landowner.

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LETTER: Outstanding achievements

Congratulations to all members of our Chaucery Memorial Group.

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LETTER: Celebrations wonderful again

Hi, friends and fans! Wasn’t LA’s bonfire day/night wonderful?

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LETTER: Polite notice: leave us alone!

Well, I am amazed. Something actually worked.

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LETTER: Bring back the old paper cash

The new plastic notes... I don’t like ’em! They are far too slippery and hard to control, making them easy to lose from the pocket.

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LETTER: Meet up with old shipmates

Many of your readers would have served in the Royal Navy and having left, possibly quite some time back, are now missing the camaraderie they had with their old shipmates.

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