In response to Andy Bray’s letter in the Herald of Thursday, May 16, I would like to inform both Mr Bray and the residents of Adur that not all of the councillors on the Adur planning committee voted in favour of the power station application.
Last week you published a letter by Andy Bray in which he made accusations that are impossible to ignore.
Why is it that people don’t want to see Shoreham move on? It will be better than a town of charity shops, which is the danger as I can see.
Some interesting developments regarding the skate park proposals at Steyning.2 comments
I would very much like to give thanks to all the people of Kingston Buci for coming out to vote for me at the county council elections.
I would like to register my concern that we in the Adur council area are being very badly served by both the elected councillors and officials alike.
As I’m sure you already know, I campaign for animal welfare, especially against the cruel practice of puppy (and kitten) farming, mass production of puppies and kittens born into horrific conditions then sold for huge profits to poor, unsuspecting pet owners.
It’s time to put UKIP on the spot. The party picked up several council seats in Sussex and now the spotlight should be trained on its policies.2 comments
Following your report in last week’s Herald, I thought I would let you know my experience of playing opposite the Blue Chip Bridge computer.
I refer to your article on page 41 of April 25’s Herald, headed “Road maintenance programme gets green light”.
I have serious concerns about traffic impact due to the proposed Morrisons supermarket development.
Has anyone any used/unwanted dolls’ clothes and toys crochet or knitting patterns they don’t use any more, as my daughter is learning to knit and crochet and we are finding these really hard to find.
I would like to thank the people of Southwick for once again electing me to be your county councillor.
I would like to thank all those residents of Saltings County Council Division for their support and assistance in my recent election campaign.
Has the country gone to the dogs because of silliness by the people in charge?1 comment
Since well before women even had the vote, Davison High School has gone from strength to strength in the hands of female leaders.
May is M.E. Awareness Month – and I know that many of your readers will know someone affected by the chronic, disabling condition M.E. (Myalgic Encephalomyelitis).
I greatly enjoyed Lauren Bravo’s humorous column of April 25, in which she described her and her friends’ preparation for the Moon Walk.
The Home Secretary is under pressure from the eurosceptic right-wing of the Tory party to pull out of EU measures such as the European Arrest Warrant to satisfy its “repatriation” demands.
In contrast to some of last week’s letters, here’s one that is about Shoreham, and trying to be positive.
Re your article on the Southlands site last week, it shows how precious NHS money is being wasted on supporting house building.
It is 15 months almost to the day since a public meeting was held in Shoreham, attended by 150 local residents concerned about the future of Southlands Hospital.
In reply to the letter “Bridge naming?”, published April 25, the fireworks mentioned were nothing to do with the Shoreham Footbridge whatsoever.
Foster Care Fortnight runs this year from Monday, May 13, to Sunday, May 26.
Regarding your article which featured M&S in last week’s Worthing Herald.
WILL you Be Bold in Blue for MS Awareness Week (April 29 to May 5) to help raise money to support people with MS?
I fully agree with the Worthing Theatres general manager Amanda O’Reilly, that the quality of pantomime at the Pavilion has, at times, been disappointing.
I felt compelled to write to express my thanks to Jonathan Court for his support of the skate park (Herald letters, April 18). His letter holds extra weight because he lives in Charlton Street.1 comment
I was glad to hear Timothy Loughton’s blood pressure was recently given the OK (Herald, April 18).
My family and I have formally opposed the Biofuel Power Station development at Shoreham harbour. I would urge all Shoreham Harbour residents to do likewise, before it’s too late.
I want your readers to be aware of the planning application submitted by Edgely Green Power to build a biofuel power plant at Shoreham Harbour on our doorstep.
At the ripe old age of 58, I decided it was time to get on a bicycle again, so after combing the ads I chanced upon a “brand new, never been used” ladies bicycle.
Pity that the sheep had their scarves taken off.
After seeing your front page picture (April 11 edition) of the footbridge reaching the other river bank, I was reminded of seeing a small piece in a newspaper a few days before about a firework display celebrating the fact, and I thought what a shame there had been no advance publicity about this, so that everyone in Shoreham could have joined together to celebrate the bridge and the fireworks.
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