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Sussex highwayman’s Dutch connection to rebel Duke

Robert Congden was born into a well-off Midhurst family in 1662.

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LETTER: On the verge of a pip squeak deal

Whilst we can blame HDC for giving us a Hobson’s choice consultation in the Local Plan (HDPF) on strategic housing, we must remember that it is the Government (through the Planning Inspectorate) that has imposed on our District a requirement to ‘supply’ 16,000 more homes over a 20 year period.

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LETTER: Economies are highly fragile

Horsham District Council’s new policy of charging for short-term car parking in the rural car parks seems most regressive and regrettable.

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LETTER: Water market is changing

We wanted to get in touch to let your readers know the way water is provided is changing for non-household customers as the retail market opens for competition.

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LETTER: Beautiful town deserves better

I agree totally with Councillor Christine Costin that our great town needs restoring to its former glory before it’s too late and it becomes a mediocre town like so many others.

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LETTER: Urgent steps to resurface path

Firstly, may I apologise to those of your readers who must feel fed up with seeing my name featured so often of late in the County Times letters’ column.

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LETTER: Concerns over school funding

As a grandparent I am extremely worried at the funding crisis being experienced by schools at the present time.

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LETTER: Sign up for ride

I am calling on your readers to join the fight against heart disease by signing up to the British Heart Foundation’s (BHF) 54 mile London to Brighton Bike Ride on 18 June 2017.

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LETTER: Horrified at rise in council tax

I was horrified to find how high my council tax bill had risen with apparently no more to show for it than last year.

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LETTER: Dedication to great service

I am writing on behalf of all the partners of Pulborough Medical Group to thank our staff in public for all the wonderful service they provide to our patients.

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LETTER: Faygate history

I have recently bought a piece of land that was formerly the site of a brickworks at Faygate.

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LETTER: Strategic plans for South-East

Confronting rapid change is a problem for many of us of riper years. Yet we are told that we must move with the times - or go under.

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LETTER: Delivering the homes we need

Horsham Labour Party are pleased to see an indication that Horsham District Council has finally recognised that there is a housing crisis in our District and has taken a step to deal with it. (‘Decline in affordable housing…’ WSCT 23March 2017).

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LETTER: Abstentions at Hop Oast vote

I was interested to note that only one local councillor who objected to the Hop Oast application had the courage to vote against, the others when realising it was to be a recorded vote were obviously concerned to be named and shamed and pathetically abstained.

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LETTER: Sensible use of precious land

The County Times of March 23 reported on the change of mix and sizes of houses in the North of Horsham development.

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LETTER: Ensure details are up to date

This is an open letter to anyone that is on the Anthony Nolan bone marrow register who is willing to give their own stem cells or bone marrow to those people who are seriously ill with blood cancers like Leukaemia and have failed the normal courses of treatment for this type of illness.

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LETTER: Correction

I write to correct an error in the article ‘Bringing life-saving blood to hospitals for free, every night’.

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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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