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Contributing to a bigger story

The film ‘Dunkirk’ is presently packing people into our cinemas.
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Rail crossing ‘worst in UK’?

Letter written to Sir Peter Bottomley:

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Don’t move our post office

I am writing to resist the closure of the Crown Post Office in Shoreham from its current location in Brunswick Road.

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Flower displays were fantastic

I feel I must mention how delighted we all are from The Swallows and all at Littlehampton.

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Implications for Broadwater residents

Whatever people’s views about the broad outline of the plans, the small print reveals a major implication for Broadwater residents of the Lyons Farm 1 Junction proposal, which is not set out explicitly in the published document.

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Going door-to-door for charity

A correspondent last week asked for people’s opinions on evening door-to-door charity collecting.

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Port tour was amazing

May I say a very big thank you to the Shoreham Port Authority for a really interesting and enlightening tour of the port as part of their ‘Behind the Scenes’ tours.

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Remembering WW1 soldier

I was very interested to read the item on Charles William Peirce in your ‘remembering Worthing’s First World War fallen’ feature in the July 20 edition.

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From an eyesore to worse

As a resident to say I was shocked at the first sighting of the graffiti on the Graft Car Park is an understatement.

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Best area for health care

Congratulations to Western Sussex Foundation Trust on its CQC rating of outstanding and Marion Griffiths, chief executive, and all who work there.

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New path not part of lane

Unfortunately the report in the Worthing Herald (Titnore Lane footpath demands put to council) failed to describe the plan fully, as some of those who have commented on-line (not shown on some PCs for some reason) have the impression the path will be part of the lane – it will not.

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A27 improvement plans inadequate

Modes of transport for the foreseeable future appear to be vehicle based (hybrid or electric) rather than more fanciful ideas.

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One of our teachers chosen

How exciting that one of our local teachers, Tamara Pearson, has been chosen to attend the ‘Teachers’ Institute’ in the Houses of Parliament, but I’m not sure that Tim Loughton is correct in ‘claiming’ her as a teacher from his constituency?

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Funds raised at Littlehampton Love Festival

We were able to raise £39.80 on Caffyn’s Field for this year’s Littlehampton Love Festival.

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Job cuts is devastating news

It’s devastating news for Worthing that a large well established local employer (GSK) is sacking a third of its work force.

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Montague Centre Car Park in Worthing

LETTER: Has the world gone mad?

I live in Spain and have just received a letter from Enterprise car hire informing me that they have charged me £35 admin fee for a parking fee picked up at Montague car park in Worthing on June 3.

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Have you been visited by salesman at an unacceptable hour?

LETTER: Dumbfounded by charity visit

I was absolutely dumbfounded to have Battersea Dogs and Cats Home salesmen bang on my door at 7.55pm on Tuesday, subsequently waking up my two sons, aged one and five, which resulted in them having to be resettled.

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What do you think about the Grafton car park mural?

LETTER: What do we think? ‘No!’

You ask what do we think. Last year, the council fought for a house along the seafront that had been painted pink to be repainted as it was an eyesore – and won.

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LETTER: Location is confirmed...

With reference to Dr Ashton Emery’s letter to you, asking if anyone knew the location of the photograph that was published in the Herald & Gazette on June 29, I can confirm to you that it is without a shadow of doubt Pier Road, Littlehampton, looking south to north and the River Arun on the left.

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LETTER: Donkey bikes for Worthing

In theory a good idea, but I’ve been looking at the costs that would be a bit cheaper for people who are on a tight budget. That’s most of us.

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