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LETTER: Town council writes to MP...

Dear Mr Gibb,

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LETTER: Build a bridge over the A27

Having studied the plans and read your correspondence on the proposed IKEA development at New Monks Farm, it is clear that traffic is one of the major associated problems.

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LETTER: Questions over development...

Having attended the New Monks Farm Development exhibition there are a number of points which should be considered and questions that need to be asked.

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LETTER: Has anybody got any ideas?

It is upsetting today to see the way that young people are being treated.

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LETTER: Setting sail...

It is now clear that the ship ‘United’ Kingdom will shortly set course for the unknown destination of Brexit, under a captain, who originally supported ‘remain’, along with 48 per cent of passengers preferring to stay in European waters.

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LETTER: A relevant note on Brexit...

Perhaps relevant to Brexit as we have it developing. And for literalists.

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LETTER: Just a thought on IKEA site...

I walked up to Steep Down Hill the other day and enjoyed the view east.

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LETTER: Health: we must not be distracted

Despite all the pieces being in place, our local authorities struggle to find a solution to a contractual technicality which is frustrating attempts to provide basic needs for health services in Littlehampton.

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LETTER: Changes to no. 12 bus service

With reference to Carole Molloy’s letter, ‘Fears over bus route changes’ (Gazette, February 2), I would like to respond as follows on behalf of the town council.

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LETTER: New members recruited

Thanks to newspaper editors up and down the country, the British Element Trieste Force Association has recruited 40 new members over the past 20 months.

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LETTER: Thanks for donation

In response to Mr Harper’s letter (published January 19), where he expressed deep gratitude to his local hospital and launched an online campaign to boost healthcare services under pressure, I would like to extend my sincerest thanks for his extremely generous donation of £1,000.

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LETTER: How can flats bring a boost?

In my opinion, no matter how many of the public petitioned against the block of flats being proposed on the old Aquarena site, it would still be accepted.

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LETTER: Thanks for nursing home

We wish to thank the Regency Court Nursing Home in Littlehampton for their care and dedication whilst looking after Valerie Dean for the past five years.

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LETTER: An ode to the pantomime...

The Littlehampton Musical Comedy Society pantomime was lovely Sleeping Beauty this time.

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LETTER: Why leave gap?

If the River Arun wall was to protect Littlehampton from flooding, why was a gap left near the site of Riverside Autos?

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LETTER: Thank you for finding my cat

I would like to say a big, big thank you to the person who found my lost and confused cat sitting in the middle of Bluebell Drive and took her to Fitzalan Vets.

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Education

Head's concern over independent school comments

Chris Keating, headteacher at Davison CE High School for Girls, got in touch regarding the article 'Headteacher predicts rush to independent sector', which was published on February 1.

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LETTER: Thousands in cash raised

Littlehampton District Lions would like to thank the residents of Littlehampton and Rustington, their families and friends for their generous donations to our collections in the run up to Christmas.

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LETTER: Join Alzheimer’s club in town

I attend Alzheimer’s Society’s Centre Club in Worthing and I wanted to encourage your readers to join us.

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LETTER: Fears over bus route changes

I wondered if I could draw your attention to my local bus service that takes me and other pensioners to Sainsbury’s and Tesco?

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