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LETTER: Increase due to RPI, or RIP-off?

Can Adur & Worthing Councils explain why the charge for the green bin collection has risen for the next year by 14.29 per cent, since the waste collected becomes compost, which the councils sell at a profit?

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The former Luxor cinema in Lancing. Photo by Derek Martin Photography

LETTER: Redeveloping cinema, or not?

In October the Herald published a letter from me, under the heading ‘Great news for former cinema’, in which I welcomed the news that the former Luxor cinema in Lancing was to be converted from its present neglected condition into 12 flats and a shop.

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Mick Reed has been in touch from New South Wales, Australia, seeking information about the old Gardeners Arms pub in Littlehampton. Can you help?

LETTER: Looking for pub information

With several others, I am trying to find information, especially photos, about a pub called The Gardeners Arms in Wick Street, Littlehampton.

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Councillor Kevin Boram, Kingston Beach Residents' Association chairman Andy Harvey and Tim Loughton MP after a meeting about the development at the Howard Kent site in Shoreham

LETTER: Plans: ‘horror and anger’

The news that plans for yet another eight or nine-storey, 136-flats development have been submitted for consideration filled me with horror and anger.

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LETTER: Road closure not a closure...

Firstly, may I congratulate the organisers of the Worthing Half Marathon for organising the best weather we have had in Worthing for some time.

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LETTER: Great value for money!

Thank you for an excellent and factual story on the Littlehampton Town Council budget for the coming year.

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LETTER: Nothing further from the truth

In his letter ‘If no bypass, then a flyover’ (Herald, February 8), Chris Gould somehow asserts from my letter published on Thursday, February 1 – and copied below – that I am in favour of flyovers along the A27.

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LETTER: Infrastructure – can it cope?

Am I the only one that thinks that the current development on the old Parcel Force depot in Shoreham looks like a former Yugoslavian shopping centre?

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LETTER: NHS forums being set up

The recent winter crises in the NHS has seen our health services stretched beyond their ability to cope, with widespread reporting of patients dying in hospital corridors in ‘intolerable’ conditions, people being left for hours on trolleys in corridors and stuck in ambulances and a letter issued to the prime minister signed by 68 senior A&E doctors, spelling out the danger patients have faced this winter.

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LETTER: Disgusted by amount of litter

I walked from my house on the Goring/Ferring border, with grandson in pram, to Rose Walk, Worthing, and was absolutely disgusted by the amount of rubbish on the pavement and verges.

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LETTER: Interested in Sea Cadets?

This February, Sea Cadets – a national youth charity with 400 units across the country – is calling on young people aged between 10 and 17 to come on board to see how being a cadet can make a difference to their lives.

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LETTER: Please stop the crisp-crunching

I just have to get this off my chest! I went to see the film, The Greatest Showman, last night at the Windmill Theatre.

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LETTER: County’s roads are a disgrace

The state of the roads in West Sussex is a national disgrace.

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LETTER: The recycling crystal ball...

A couple of years ago we were told, by the experts who know about this sort of thing, that £2million a year would be saved by restricting the opening hours of our rubbish tips.

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LETTER: ‘Requiem to Shoreham’

When the air’s full of bits and your lungs get all clogged, and they plan to build houses on what’s really a bog.

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LETTER: Have developers been to the site?

In the paper of January 25, page 3, your article on the decision by the planning committee to approve the riverfront development at Free Wharf was illustrated by an aerial view supplied by Southern Housing.

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LETTER: Sinking feeling from project

I find it amazing that Adur council has recently granted permission for a nine-storey building to be built in Brighton Road, providing 540 residences.

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LETTER: Keep doors shut to save energy

May I endorse the comments made by Nigel Harris in last week’s Herald, regarding shops leaving their doors open, thus wasting so much heat during cold weather?

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LETTER: Do not neglect environment

Yapton protestors may win a minor battle, against the tide.

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LETTER: Fears for future of bowls locally

We heard recently that all bowlers will have to pay for parking at Beach House Park, Worthing.

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