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LETTER: Largest turnout of young people

In two weeks’ time we will all be going to polls and casting our vote for an election that, depending on the result, will change the future of the UK. Or will we?

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LETTER: Debate over access road

As Chair of Horsham Denne Neighbourhood Council (HDNC) I am responding to Kevan Mitchell’s concerns regarding the new access road from Hills Farm Lane to the Berkeley’s Highwood housing development.

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LETTER: Researching history of pub

We are currently researching the history of a pub, the Onslow Arms in Loxwood, and would like to contact anyone who has memories of the house, whether as an occupant or a customer, who may be able to help us.

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LETTER: Reassurance for Brexiteers

Many of thousands in Horsham who voted to leave the EU, would have been Tories and defectors, who have since returned to the fold - because the PM said that Brexit means Brexit.

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LETTER: Let’s just get off the EU train

Horsham MP Jeremy Quin rightly respects the outcome of the EU Referendum, in which 400 out of 650 constituencies voted to leave the EU.

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LETTER: What future for school meals?

So, a party-political Manifesto states it will end free school dinners for all primary-aged children, except those who qualify for a means-tested free dinner (‘May’s school meals plan ‘to hit 900,000 poor children’’, The Observer, Sunday, May 21).

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LETTER: Elderly people deserve better

I write to express my concern and opposition to the Conservative Party plans for adult social care.

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LETTER: Plan decision was shameful

The majority of the Horsham district councillors who attended Monday’s Extraordinary Council Meeting, held to decide the application to build 2,750 houses and a business park on countryside North of Horsham voted, in favour of the application.

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LETTER: Kindness of so many people

It was a good experience as a volunteer of the British Red Cross to help with the collection in the Carfax on a cold Monday afternoon

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LETTER: Great honour to be re-elected

Through your newspaper, I should like to express my sincere thanks to the residents of Holbrook within my division who supported me during the past four years and at the West Sussex County Council election.

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LETTER: Lions serving the community

On Saturday, May 6 Horsham Lions Club members and their volunteers were out amongst the crowded streets of Horsham town centre collecting money to help those in need.

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LETTER: Is Tory praise really merited?

Your recent editorial praised the ruling Conservative Party for its record as the majority party on West Sussex County Council (WSCC). Is this really merited?

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LETTER: New members are welcome

I was delighted to read that our friends in the Scouting movement is going through a period of growth, and now have the longest waiting list in their history. This is great news for those delivering youth work throughout the country.

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LETTER: Generous gifts in collection

The Horsham branch of Parkinson’s UK would like to thank all those who donated so generously to the town collection on saturday April 22.

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LETTER: Concerns over road changes

I would like to bring the following to the attention of those people who use Hills Farm Lane in Horsham. My wife was walking our dogs along the Riverside walk, by the football pitches when she came upon a person marking out a line of stakes in the ground. Curious, she asked him what he was doing, was it a new footpath connecting the ‘Bar’ gate where the council go in to clear up the area to the main footpath?

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LETTER: Complaints over parking charges

I refer to the article in the County Times of May 4 in connection with car parking in Roffey car park.

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LETTER: Warning signs in car parks

Horsham District Council, knowing the parking machines were going to have to be altered to take the new £1 coins, could have at least put a notice on the machines, saying they didn’t take the new £1 coins.

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LETTER: Busiest places take new coin

Is it a possibility that the banner headline (Horsham edition) in the 11th of May West Sussex County Times regarding some council car park machines not taking the new £1 coin, could be considered to be ‘incomplete news’ or perhaps even ‘fake news’?

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LETTER: ‘Shockingly bad’ outcome

Cllr Vickers, seeking to justify the 18 per cent affordable homes offered by the Liberty Property Trust for their development North of Horsham, instead of the 35 per cent required by district’s local plan, stated that ‘a Government appointed Inspector assessed the site and found and found it suitable, sustainable and deliverable and approved it’ as part of the district’s local plan, the Horsham District Planning Framework (WSCT May 11).

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LETTER: Demand more road crossings

We need more crossings of the A264, as part of the North of Horsham development.

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