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LETTER: Wrong to build on green fields

I was amazed to see that planning permission has been given for the building of 600 homes on 250 acres of prime agricultural land at Pease Pottage, this is no small development and will totally ruin this rural area.

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LETTER: Principles must be preserved

A Church of England clergyman is speaking out against the House of Bishops for the Church’s refusal to allow same-sex marriage, according to the website of the West Sussex County Times.

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LETTER: The vestments of tradition

Although referred to by the Rev Nick Flint as ‘evolving’, the Church of England’s willingness to change in order to line up with secular society’s demands amounts to nothing more than the unravelling of its rites and ceremonies, all of which are based on Christ’s teachings in accordance with the Bible.

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LETTER: Biblical norms and values

With all due respect to him, I frankly speaking am puzzled if not dismayed how seemingly casual the Rev Nick Flint is ‘treating’ Biblical norms and values, as if it would be perfectly correct to interpret the Bible the way it would seem most pleasing to us (County Times March 2).

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LETTER: Pharmacy loss a true disaster

I came to live in Oakhill Road in Horsham in 1946 and what a pleasant unspoilt area it was then! Burford Road had green lawns in between the road and the pavement on one side which are now just rutted patches of mud.

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LETTER: Hub bringing people together

What a wonderful innovation it is to have a community hub like HackHorsham in the town.

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LETTER: Better sites for football club

Horsham Football Club have put in yet another planning application to build on the green fields of Denne Park, currently enjoyed by many walkers, bird-watchers, horse riders and lovers of the countryside.

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LETTER: Importance of treasured poet

Oh Horsham, what have you done (‘JFK’s treasured work by Horsham poet may reach over £5k at auction’, WSCT, March 2)?!

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LETTER: Minority spoil life for majority

I fear Gerald McMullen’s belief that education would improve Horsham’s litter problem [WSCT 2nd March] is misplaced. On television, radio and in the press, ‘education’ is constantly put forward as the answer to all manner of anti-social behaviour and ills in society.

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LETTER: Major blemish on street scene

Your readers may have read that Pret a Manger have been prosecuted by Horsham District Council for allowing their business waste to litter the environment at the rear of their property fronting Blackhorse Way in Horsham.

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LETTER: Unsatisfactory consultation

As observed amongst the raft of comments and representations now on the Horsham District Council Development Planning internet site, the whole ‘consultation’ for the Brinsbury Fields’ site, North Heath: Harwoods and Chichester College built development applications has, for its neighbours, despite the claims of the two applicant parties (Harwoods and Chichester College), been utterly underwhelming.

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LETTER: Keep and help the chemists

When will this short sighted government of ours wake up to reality?

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LETTER: Big difference to families

Slinfold Golf and Country Club has raised £4,700 for Rainbow Trust Children’s Charity, which supports families caring for a child with a life threatening or terminal illness.

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LETTER: Do not permit industrial park

Chichester College should not be allowed to create an industrial site on fields beside the Roman Road along the A29.

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LETTER: Response to road issues

In reply to M. Pels’ letter, (WSCT 23rd Feb 2017), I recently sent a report to the Love West Sussex app.

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LETTER: Litter blights roadside verges

I have lived in the Horsham area for nearly 36 years.

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LETTER: Concerns over fly-tipping

I write on the subject of fly-tipping in our locality since the alteration of the availability of the facilities for the disposal of waste at the Hop Oast amenity tip.

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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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