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LETTER: Thanks to all who helped

I would like to express my heartfelt thanks to several kind people who helped my husband Michael when he had a fall in Station Road, Rustington on Friday, October 13.

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LETTER: Cost savings to be commended

I note with interest the proposal for the chief executive of the council to drop to a three-day week for the next 18 months, so that he can also work part time for another organisation.

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LETTER: ‘The logical bypass option’

There has been much correspondence about alternatives to the three Arundel bypass choices offered by Highways England.

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LETTER: Thanks to a lovely lady

I would like to thank a very kind lady at Angmering railway station.

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LETTER: An amazing project

From time to time I have read in the Gazette about the neglected Brookside Avenue cemetery in Rustington and the efforts of Mary Taylor and Sue Sula to get something done about it.

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LETTER: Impact of post office closures

May I say a big thank-you and good luck to all the staff at Lancing and Shoreham main post offices?

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LETTER: A27 solution is a new bypass

Confirmation from Transport Secretary Chris Grayling that alternative schemes to improve the A27 between Worthing and Lancing will be explored is good news.

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LETTER: What do we pay council tax for?

I am writing this letter because I am fed up with the excuses about why our pavements and gutters don’t get cleaned any more.

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LETTER: Fabulous live show at theatre

I’ve watched and waited for a few weeks and know it’s not going to happen – the review of Legally Blonde which was staged at the Windmill Theatre in Littlehampton by the Littlehampton Musical Comedy Society during the summer.

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LETTER: Ideas for the benefit of town

I am very interested in the plans for Teville Gate, illustrated in the Worthing Herald, and I am writing to air my views as to the future development of this large site.

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LETTER: My faith has been restored

Whilst crossing The Street in Rustington today, I managed to trip over a very uneven piece of road and fell over.

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LETTER: Can legal tender be refused?

I Having just been to the Littlehampton recycling centre I was puzzled at a sign at the entrance. ntro

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LETTER: Why not accept old pound coin?

On Sunday, at 4pm, I went with a friend to The Denton Lounge for afternoon tea.

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LETTER: Development questions...

Reference your article in last week’s Shoreham Herald, regarding the proposed plans for the Free Wharf and construction of nine blocks of flats on it, I would ask the following questions:-

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LETTER: We need better public transport

I am passionately interested in public transport, so I am a member of the Campaign for Better Transport (CBT), Bus Users UK and Railfuture.

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LETTER: Concern over crossing A259

I wish to highlight the closure of the popular traffic light pedestrian crossing outside the Aquarena and the blocking of the pavement immediately outside the Aquarena due to building works.

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LETTER: Disappointed by lack of response

I write this message as I feel I have no choice.

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LETTER: A ‘Bogworthing’ conurbation?

Twenty-thousand houses for Arun district is a town the size of Littlehampton – spread about.

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LETTER: Affordable homes concern

Speaking at the recent Conservative Party Conference, Communities Secretary Sajid Javid said that his party had for too long allowed older people with large homes to determine housing policy.

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LETTER: A nuisance, and a costly one...

About three weeks ago I went to open up my car parked outside my house to find that someone had used what looked like a air pistol shot to the screen.

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