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LETTER: Congratulating the council

This a rare event. I am writing to congratulate Adur council.

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LETTER: Searching for a shipmate

I would be very much obliged if you could help me find a former shipmate.

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LETTER: And could this be the answer?

After several years of being fed up with the short stretch of deep potholes on the north side of Grove Lodge round-about, I’m sure the whole town was overjoyed to suffer some minor inconvenience while they were at long last ‘repaired’ last month.

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LETTER: Surprised by response

I was surprised to see such a vociferous response from a Labour election candidate to a Conservative Party election leaflet in last week’s Herald.

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LETTER: Intelligent enough?

After listening to the dismal news and weather forecast, followed by comment on climate change and a plea to help save the elephants, I played a Louis Armstrong version of What a Wonderful World.

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LETTER: Proud to set the record straight

The angry reaction from Labour’s Offington ward candidate to my election commitment on weekly bin collections suggests that I have hit a nerve.

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LETTER: We shouldn’t ‘lose’ a celebrity

I was very interested to read of the proposed redevelopment of seven to 27 houses in Albion Street Southwick. It is a very debatable point, 53 flats or updating as family homes.

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LETTER: ‘Leaflets won’t solve problem’

Under a Herald headline ‘Crackdown on pavement parking in Lancing’, a spokesperson for Lancing Parish Council said that residents will receive leaflets reminding them not to park in a way which causes obstruction on the footpath and forces pedestrians to use the road, putting them in danger.

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LETTER: Why was no full repair done?

I can’t understand why the Grove Lodge roundabout holes were not repaired in one attempt. Why repair two areas and leave the others?

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LETTER: How we can help homeless

It has been said that one needs to tell someone something six times before they absorb properly what you have said.

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LETTER: Footing the bill for fault calls

Yes, it is that simple, Lester Orman (Opinion, April 12). You are right that someone has to pay for the calls to advise the traffic signals firm that they have faulty equipment.

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LETTER: Economy with wealth?

A small peck at our polticians: it is alarming how so many people have been gulled into equating the economy with wealth. When wealth is a value statement about what the economy may do, while often doing the reverse.

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LETTER: Where is second blow to kiosk?

Following the inevitable photo-op of The Mayor using a machine to smash the roof of the kiosk at Teville Gate, I am disappointed that no-one has yet struck a second blow.

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LETTER: Hoping for lost purse’s return

On Saturday afternoon I lost my purse in Rustington.

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LETTER: Credit where credit’s due

Public credit should be given to the doctors and staff at Fitzalan Medical Group for hosting a patients’ information meeting last Wednesday (April 11) to provide information following their placement into ‘special measures’ by the inspectors at the Care Quality Commission.

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LETTER: ‘National Service meant discipline’

My response to Colin Maroney (Opinion, April 12) is that National Service meant discipline. There’s not a lot of that these days, is there?

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Reader Daniel De Conceicao Silva sent in this picture taken from Worthing's big wheel

LETTER: Wheel another positive for town

My wife and I visited the town’s latest attraction, Worthing’s wheel, last Wednesday afternoon and enjoyed the fabulous views over West Sussex.

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LETTER: So much owed to our NHS

LETTER: So much owed to our NHS

My thanks to the doctors and nurses of the NHS.

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LETTER: Different Walk of Witness...

Our Littlehampton Churches Together Walk of Witness in the precinct on Good Friday was different, but as moving as ever.

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LETTER: Thanks for the support

On behalf of the Royal Air Force Association (Worthing Branch), I would like to thank the Worthing Symphony Orchestra for allowing us to collect before and after the RAF Centenary Concert, at the Assembly Hall.

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