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LETTER: Volunteers for cheer stations

Fancy making a difference this February? Perhaps you could lend a hand cheering on local running heroes?

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LETTER: Red box at risk

I live in Cootes Avenue, Horsham and was very sad to learn that the iconic red phone box will soon be removed.

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LETTER: Festive cheer for 150 families

On behalf of the Salvation Army here in Horsham, can you include in your paper a huge thank you to the generous people of Horsham who donated toys, money and food for our Christmas appeal.

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LETTER: Historic MG used in show

I am writing with reference to your article on page 2 of the County Times of January 5, headed ‘Celeb antique hunters’.

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LETTER: NSPCC grateful for support

I want to take the opportunity to thank all of your readers who have continued to support the work of the NSPCC during the past 12 months.

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LETTER: Magnificent help for charity

Can I please through your paper thank the wonderful people of Horsham and the surrounding area for so kindly contributing to the collection that took place after every performance of the Capitol’s pantomime that ended on New Year’s Eve.

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LETTER: Positive effect on recruiting

I have been asked by the committee of the Brighton and Mid Sussex

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LETTER: Carol singers aid crisis appeal

Thank you to everyone that supported the Carol Singers at the Oxfam shop in the Carfax, Horsham, before Christmas.

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LETTER: New challenges to help charity

Have you made your New Year’s resolution yet?

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LETTER: More police to tackle crime

I am writing to call for more police officers in the county of Sussex given a spate of burglaries on shops and on private houses.

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LETTER: Tory voters also dislike changes

I am surprised that Conservative district councillor Peter Burgess chooses to berate the Labour Party in a letter about the proposed new local bin collecting arrangements.

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LETTER: Decisive action over dispute

On Thursday, 5th January, the Office of Rail and Road (ORR) issued what at best could be described as a brief official written report regarding the safety of Driver-Only Operation (DOO).

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LETTER: Tremendous work by Paula

After 27 years of being a leader with 1st Broadbridge Heath Scout Group Paula Flack has hung up her woggle!

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LETTER: Health impact report delayed

I refer to the planning application for an incinerator on the Warnham brick work site.

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LETTER: Sensitive area is wrong setting

It’s good to see that local people are waking up to the threat posed by Britaniacrest’s application to build a mammoth commercial and industrial waste incinerator at the old Warnham brickworks.

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LETTER: Incinerator must be refused

The ‘Environmental Impact Assessment’ for Britaniacrest’s proposed ‘recycling, recovery and renewable energy facility’ seems to suggest that the facility would be virtually invisible with little or no visual impact on the area’s rural landscape.

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LETTER: Gifts of cheer for families

For nine days between December 4 and 24 Horsham Lions Club members, their families and friends of Horsham Lions were out in the Horsham community with their collection buckets seeking the support from members of the general public, in order that they can help those who are most in need in the community in which we have served for 53 years.

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LETTER: Positive start to the New Year

After the lies, half-truths and distortions that characterised the EU Referendum campaign and the inflammatory and abusive comments from the US President Elect during 2016, let’s hope next year sees an improvement in behaviour.

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LETTER: Winning teams at our hospital

I am sure that patients and visitors to Horsham Hospital would like to congratulate Sussex Community Foundation Trust facilities team on winning a national award for cleanness of their Community Hospitals across the county which includes Horsham Hospital.

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LETTER: Bin changes to save £1m a year

It is always gratifying to see one’s name splashed across half a page in the County Times as the hierarchy of the Labour Party lecture and admonish me.

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