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LETTER: Sadness as Red Cross closes

A sad day for Horsham and surrounding districts at the closing of the local branch office in Rushams Road, Horsham, of the British Red Cross on the 25th February.

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LETTER: Protection for green space

Back in 2015 much comment and consternation was made in this paper, by HFC supporters, when their application to build a major football development (as described by HDC) on the golf course at Denne Park was refused.

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LETTER: Be a baking star

Readers, it’s time to dig out your pinny and dust off your rolling pin.

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LETTER: Urgent need for investment

A British Medical Association investigation into the cost of funding Sustainability and Transformation Plans (STPs) paints a very worrying picture with at least £9.5bn needed in capital funding across the country to successfully deliver the plans.

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LETTER: Building for local need

Recently the Tory Government published its much-heralded Housing White Paper.

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LETTER: Reveal costs of fly-tipping

WSCC has reduced access times for its amenity waste tips, while HDC is moving towards alternate week landfill bin collections.

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LETTER: Prioritise the danger roads

In Comptons Lane, Horsham during the last week householders have been treated to all the pavement crossovers (that bit from road across the pavement to the edge of driveways) being resurfaced.

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LETTER: Diverse range of wildlife

If the proposed planning application for HFC’s new home goes ahead then the resulting match with the local wildlife will be a very, very one sided game. If the proposed planning application for HFC’s new home goes ahead then the resulting match with the local wildlife will be a very, very one sided game.

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LETTER: Ramifications across district

Horsham District Council’s review of the Horsham District Planning Framework (HDPF) (WSCT 2 Feb 17) has implications, not only for north of Horsham as advised by Dr Richardson in his letter ‘More land for Crawsham’ (WSCT 16 Feb 17), but also for communities across Horsham District.

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LETTER: System needs radical change

The Prime Minister, in her initial address to the nation, stated that she was working for the ‘man in the street’, who is employed/self-employed and the backbone of our nation, and indirectly the ‘wealth creators’.

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LETTER: Old shipmates

Thank you again local newspapers, like this one, for printing my letters about reuniting those who have served together in the Royal Navy. My letters are often cut out and sent to someone who has served, ‘My Niece saw your letter and sent it to me’.

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LETTER: Protect officers

I was shocked but not surprised to hear figures from the Police Federation of England and Wales that estimate there are more than 6,600 assaults on police officers every day.

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LETTER: Emergency help

On Saturday, January 28th my car broke down on the A24 about half a mile south of the Washington roundabout.

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LETTER: Business impact

I would not welcome an education and business park at Brinsbury.

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LETTER: Flawed policy on parking

Horsham District Council is soon to impose a new strategy to recover the costs of maintaining rural car parks.

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LETTER: Excellent work of many schools

With my West Sussex County Times last week I received a magazine ‘Education Sussex’.

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LETTER: Weak objections to club’s plans

Regarding Horsham Football Club, I read with interest the letters from Mr Stewart and Mr Duncan.

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LETTER: Road hazards getting worse

I’ve been commuting by bike up and down the Worthing Road at Horsham for the past five years and this road is incredibly dangerous.

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LETTER: More land for ‘Crawsham’?

Political Editor, Joshua Powling, reported that a review of Cllr Vickers’ Horsham Development Planning Framework (HDPF) could begin later this year (2.2.17, p20).

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LETTER: More private housing isn’t the answer

Everyone involved in the housing debate uses the words affordable and crisis to attract media attention.

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