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Letter: Cash boost for night shelter

On behalf of The Danny Gallivan Trust may I through your newspaper thank everybody who attended our charity fund rasing night at Broadbridge Heath Village Centre and Social Club.

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Letter: Where is the enforcement?

Letter: Where is the enforcement?

I note with interest the piece in last week’s County Times (12/4/18, p.18) headed “New powers to curb anti-social behaviour”, in which the new Public Spaces Protection Orders are described.

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Letter: Lead the way on Remembrance

Letter: Lead the way on Remembrance

Of course John Barstow (Letters, April 5) is right about the need for a total retail closedown on Remembrance 2018.

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Letter: True picture is muddied

Letter: True picture is muddied

A lot of anguish is being expressed at ‘funding cuts’ to various police forces around the country, the most prominent of these naturally being our wonderful Metropolitan Police Force.

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Letter: Refusal to issue larger bins

Letter: Refusal to issue larger bins

The decision to issue larger bins for recycling is to be welcomed, also we can all understand the savings that will be achieved by collecting the general waste green top bin every fortnight as against every week.

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'Crater Man' submitted this photo from Worthing Road, Horsham

Letter: Shiny new park and ride system

Why don’t the council use the £8m pile of rubble they have created in Horsham’s Piries Place to fill all the pot holes in our roads.

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Letter: Excessive pay at academies

Letter: Excessive pay at academies

A few weeks ago, the WSCT kindly printed my letter on the ‘WorthLess’ Campaign. The campaign being promoted by all the headteachers in West Sussex to highlight the lack of funds that are crippling our local schools.

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Letter: Remembrance

Letter: Remembrance

The campaign for a one-off retail closure across the UK for Remembrance Sunday 2018 is gathering momentum.

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Letter: Thought

Letter: Thought

Last weekend we celebrated Easter, through the giving and receiving of Easter Eggs and together with Christians worldwide remembering the solemnity of Holy Week leading up to the Crucifixion of Jesus on Good Friday, and his Resurrection on Easter Sunday.

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Letter: Free help with TV retuning

Letter: Free help with TV retuning

I read with interest your article on the changes/upgrades being made on the 21st March to the digital TV aerial at Midhurst, which services the Horsham area.

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Letter: Causes of food loss and waste

Letter: Causes of food loss and waste

I hope that your readers have not been misled by the Bishop of Chichester’s throwaway comment, in his column ‘Just A Thought’ on March 15, 2018, that ‘Plastic wrapping is closely linked to marketing and the massive production of wasted food.’

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Letter: Truly appalling achievement

Letter: Truly appalling achievement

What a great report online by your journalist Oli Poole in exposing the fact that Sussex Police are, by deliberate policy, failing to seek any infrastructure contributions from developers of new homes, where the development is for less than 100 homes.

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Letter: Charity seeking Horsham base

Letter: Charity seeking Horsham base

I chair the Olive Tree Cancer Support Charity which is aiming to open up an additional to Crawley drop-in and therapy centre in Horsham for cancer patients and their families.

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Letter: Squandering taxpayers’ cash

Letter: Squandering taxpayers’ cash

There has been much made of how tight the budgets are and that the council has to do everything it can to save money and keep the Council Tax increases down to a minimum.

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Letter: Thought

Letter: Thought

The term ‘hot cross bun’ first appeared in the Oxford English Dictionary in 1733, along with a folk song: ‘Good Friday comes this month, the old woman runs, with one or two a Penny hot cross Bunns’.

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Letter: Charity seeking Horsham base

Letter: Charity seeking Horsham base

I chair the Olive Tree Cancer Support Charity which is aiming to open up an additional to Crawley drop-in and therapy centre in Horsham for cancer patients and their families.

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Letter: Squandering taxpayers' cash

Letter: Squandering taxpayers’ cash

There has been much made of how tight the budgets are and that the council has to do everything it can to save money and keep the Council Tax increases down to a minimum.

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Letter: Appalled at the latest bill

Letter: Appalled at the latest bill

Most of the residents of Southwater are absolutely appalled at the recent council tax bill we’ve received - a 25.4 per cent increase just to live in Southwater.

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Letter: Would you like to be part of a community allotment project?

A community allotment, set up by and run by an enthusiastic group of volunteers from Transition Horsham, is looking for people who would like to have a go at growing their own food.

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