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LETTER: Warning over gift cards

Could I, through your paper, advise readers that if they have received gift cards for leading stores that they only have a certain lifespan – in other words they will expire and you will lose any value on them.

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LETTER: In agreement over parking

How I agree with Barry Ruffel’s words in the Herald today (Shoreham Herald, Lancing Herald and online, March 16) regarding illegal parking.

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LETTER: New rules not tough enough

I think the new £200 fine for texting or using a mobile phone whilst driving is not high enough.

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LETTER: More parking warden time

Thank you for reporting on the topic I have raised with local councillors about the nuisance of illegal parking in Shoreham.

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LETTER: ‘Astonishing complacency’?

The leaflet from councillor Noel Atkins distributed in Durrington shows astonishing complacency.

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LETTER: Thanks to lady who helped

Regarding my letter in the Herald on Thursday, March 16, ‘Knocked down by a scooter’, I was hoping to thank the lady personally for ringing 999 and blocking the road with her car at the junction of Greenland Road and Durrington Lane, but unfortunately I have not been able to locate the lady.

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LETTER: School places ‘shock’ again

Once again, local parents are ‘shocked’ when their children aren’t allocated their school preference in the latest round of placements (Shoreham Herald and online, March 16), yet once again the admissions documentation has been clear.

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LETTER: Grey and white are taking over

Architectural styles have something to say about society. Whether gothic, classical, modernist or arts and crafts.

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LETTER: Every penny will help

As a small charity, we at Children Today are incredibly proud of the work we do as we help young people with disabilities enjoy activities or a lifestyle that other people take for granted through the funding for equipment we provide.

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LETTER: Different story if not for title?

What a wretched report on Lady C’s road traffic collision court case in the Herald (March 2, and online). I have only just read it.

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LETTER: Support call for Early Day Motion

Suicide was decriminalised in 1961, yet coroners today must use the Criminal Standard of Proof, ‘beyond reasonable doubt’, to reach a conclusion of suicide.

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LETTER: Grateful thanks to attendees

We should like to extend our thanks to all the friends who attended the concert in St Mary’s Church hall, in Ilex Way, Goring, on Saturday, March 11, in memory of Daphne West.

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LETTER: Knocked down by a scooter

I was recently knocked down by an electric mobility scooter whilst walking on the pavement and was hit with such force I was thrown into the road.

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LETTER: Who would disagree?

I notice from the latest ‘In Touch’ leaflet to come through my door that a number of Conservative councillors are supporting The Empty Plate Café, in Worthing, which they call an excellent community asset. Who would not agree with that?

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LETTER: Tipping could help developers

With reference to the Herald’s headline on May 18, 2006 (‘Farmers tip at airport for free’), we will have to hope that our present council officials can do a better job dealing with the huge rise in flytipping since the amenity tips in the area introduced charges for some items and reduced opening times.

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LETTER: More railings are needed

I am writing following the letter from Mrs E. Carter of Windermere Crescent, Worthing, in your edition of March 2, to say I also had a fall recently, outside a hotel in The Steyne in Worthing, on February 14, just as I was arriving for a meal with some friends from a local friendship group.

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LETTER: Thanks for help after fall

On Sunday, February 25, my husband was on his way to collect the papers when he tripped on broken paving stones and fell towards the road.

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LETTER: Thanks for support

As one of the UK’s largest homelessness charities, we want to thank your readers for their involvement and helping raise £18,500 so far for people who are homeless by simply putting on their favourite hat, making a donation and helping change someone’s life.

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LETTER: Changes at tips ‘short sighted’

I see in the national news that fly-tipping is on the increase as councils make the decision to charge for disposal of fairly standard household waste such as soil, tiles and tyres.

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LETTER: Chest pains? Get to A&E

I had been experiencing chest pain on and off for about two weeks, believing it to be indigestion. On Wednesday, February 15, I felt a much stronger ‘indigestion’ pain.

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