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LETTER: Grateful to medical staff

Like many others, I was sad to hear that the Fitzalan Medical Surgery has gone into special measures.

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LETTER: Foam must be bad for many

I am replying to your article of April 12 regarding the problem of the foam.

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High Sheriff of West Sussex Caroline Nicholls attended Worthing Fire Station's charity car wash event

LETTER: ‘Please update your records’

Please update your records. The High Sheriff of West Sussex is Mrs Caroline Nicholls, not Lady Emma Barnard as reported in the Worthing Herald last week (page 5).

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LETTER: Public has right to services

LETTER: Public has right to services

First our Littlehampton Hospital was stolen from us by duplicitous health bosses who pretended that they were going to give us a new one, but reneged on that promise over ten years ago.

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Stuart Hill, 30, and Jason Hill, 31, who lost their lives in a helicopter crash in the Grand Canyon in Arizona SUS-180213-153842001

LETTER: Thanks for all the kindness

Life has recently been very harsh to us, but we write to thank you for the wonderful and numerous gifts of kindness which have enabled us to feel supported, despite our loss.

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LETTER: How to take our town forward?

LETTER: How to take our town forward?

The financial woes of high street retailers and restaurant chains has been well-documented in all forms of media. The implication for Worthing would indicate that the proposed restaurant area in the Montague Centre is unlikely to happen as originally planned, or not at all.

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LETTER: Why big water bill increase?

LETTER: Why big water bill increase?

I have just received my latest statement of account (‘bill’ is so vulgar) from Southern Water. It covers the last six months and tells me that my wife and I have used on average 285 litres a day.

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LETTER: Worthing not mentioned!

I read with interest your article on this Year’s BBC Masterchef winner Kenny Tutt (Worthing Herald, April 19, and online).

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LETTER: Are our streets clean enough?

I noticed in the court reports for the last two weeks, almost all the offences were litter-related with a fine of £220, all in the Arun district.

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LETTER: The problem of potholes

Potholes have doubled this month in the Worthing to Littlehampton area.

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LETTER: ‘Be proud of our NHS’

I have just had a spell in the hospital – taken in by the ambulance crew to A&E, X-rays, CT scan, blood, then moved to CCU to Emergency D and finally to Castle Ward.

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LETTER: Time to slow down ‘progress’?

The internet appears to be developing as a gothic horror beyond control.

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LETTER: ‘Use them whilst you can...’

In August of last year the a letter from me was published under the heading, ‘Where is our police station?’.

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LETTER: Supporting our health service

I agree with E. White (letters, April 19) and I am sure my mum would, too, if she was still alive.

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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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