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Grove Lodge traffic lights misplaced?

The traffic lights at Grove Lodge Roundabout are out of action and lo and behold, the traffic has moved more freely than it has done in years – or at least since the last time they were out of action.

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Tories won’t change franchise

The trouble with the Southern Rail situation is that while we are under this government, the remaining part of the franchise up to 2021 will stay the same.

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The area in Worthing's south street, near the Guildbourne centre, with its trees providing pleasant shade is far better than the rubbish in Montague Place. SUS-160822-110652001

Worthing’s High Street revamp a waste of money

Regarding the ‘High Street revamp’ at a cost of £1.2 million, this amount of money could surely have been better spent on something far more important.

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Don’t privatise our hospital cafes

I agree wholeheartedly with Dr Jacky Woolcock’s comments regarding Mr David Jones’ idea to commercialise the cafes at our three hospitals.

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Modernisation of railways?

In recent months there have been letters The Metro and Evening Standard from the chief executive of GTR about ‘modernisation’ of the rail system, but I am not aware of there having been any public consultation and it might be an idea if the MP arrange this.

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Littlehampton’s Summer Fayre and Dog Show raises funds for Wadars

Parents and children! Dog-owners and dog-lovers! Come along and join in the fun at our Grand Summer Fayre and Fun Dog show in aid of Wadars Animal Rescue.

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Join the 60 Minute Challenge

The NSPCC is calling on people in Sussex to join hundreds of runners, swimmers and cyclists of all ages and abilities to race against the clock for the NSPCC.

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London mayor’s train deal offer needs consideration

What has happened to the interesting offer from the Mayor of London for London transport to take over Southern Rail.

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Littlehampton has no road signs to the seafront

Dear Mr Whispering Smith

We’ve lived in Rustington for just over three years and also go to Littlehampton quite a lot, especially to the beach by the pier.

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Hospitals will lose out

I am appalled to read in last week’s Herald that the Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust has put out the running of the cafes and shops in the two hospitals to tender and invited commercial organisations to run them.

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Spruce up our churches in Sussex

Last week my grandson from Canada and I visited the reordering of the Rustington church.

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Having trains with no conductors is madness

I don’t know whether it is too late to add my views to those currently expressed regarding trains without guards.

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Parents ‘exempt’ from road rules

Regarding the development at Upper Beeding Primary School (Steyning Herald, August 5) last week, and www.shoreham herald.co.uk), I am guessing there has been no consideration given to the parking that would be necessary to allow these parents to deliver their children to these classrooms.

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PDSA’s pet hospital needs funding

Every year, PDSA helps thousands of pets at its Pet Hospital in Brighton and through private veterinary practices elsewhere in the Sussex area.

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Worthing Parachute Regiment says thank you for donations

p On behalf of all our members of Worthing Parachute Regimental Association (PRA), we would like to sincerely thank all the residents of Worthing and surrounding districts for their kind and generous donations at our street collection on Friday, August 5.

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Aquarena Centre design ‘a poor compromise’

We attended the public consultation arranged by Roffey Homes and, sadly, our expectations were dashed.

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The World War 1 memorial plaque at St Catherine's Church, Littlehampton , which includes the name of Ron Battin and John Tatlow both of whom Died at the Somme. SUS-160815-133942001

Littlehampton roads named after WW1 fallen

Ron and Reg Battin, who are among those commemorated with a road named after them in the new Kingley Gate development (story last week, page 1), are also listed, along with 12 others who died in the Great War, on the memorial tablet outside St Catherine’s Catholic Church in Beach Road, and are currently being remembered by church-goers there.

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Dualling the A27 is not an option

In response to letters in the Herald from David Easey (August 11) and Nathalie Hadjiftiou (August 4), the Worthing Bypass Not A27 Throughpass Residents’ Action Group would like Highways England to give consideration to providing Worthing with a proper relief road around Worthing and Lancing via the A280 Long Furlong, A24 and A283 existing roads which already need improvement.

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Shirley Paver is looking for help identifying this unsual flower head, which has appeared in her garden below. Can you help?

Mystery plant pokes through in Southwick

A rather unusual flower head has grown in a friend’s garden in Southwick.

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We need action on A27 plan

I largely agree with Nathalie Hadjiftiou’s letter (August 4) and comments regarding the A27, apart from her preference for no change; I have spent too many hours queuing from The Shoreham flyover to Broadwater.

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