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Thank you for the kindness

I would just like to say a big thank you to all the people that helped with my recent fall in Goring Road on 27 April.

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Bring balance to politics

I’d like to express our sincere thanks to all Liberal voters in the county elections and hope that they will continue in their fight to bring balance to politics.

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Need people to canvas

The reason for the lack of canvassing and party election leaflet distribution is because the people who do those tasks are very thin on the ground. Every election it’s the the same willing folk who turn out.

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Cyclists cause accidents too

Following you report that an 11-year-old child was knocked off his bicycle while riding on the pavement, was clearly a most irresponsible and dangerous act by whoever did it but was is the law? My understanding of it is as follows.

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Hares threatened with extinction

A repeal of the 2004 Hunting Act would accelerate the overall demise of our iconic brown hares, already listed in a 2011 zoology report for possible extinction by 2050.

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Let’s hope for best deal for UK

The PM continues to say she will ‘get the best deal for the UK’.

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Cyclists should stick to road

While I don’t condone anyone punching a young boy for cycling on the pavement, I have to say that as someone who has twice been hit by said cyclists, they should not be doing it.

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Grubby boats still there

I write with regard to David Richardson’s comments regarding the grubby boats moored on the so called short stay pontoons that’s according to the Harbour Board magazine, however the boats have been there for the best part of a year.

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Remembrance of the fallen

May I start by saying that I have nothing but the deepest respect for Major Ted Hunt and all of his generation who were called on to make the terrible sacrifices that were necessary during the Second World War.

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Did you know Beatrice?

Last year I asked i​f​ anyone remembered an 18-year-old lady in 1943 named Beatrice Lillian Smith.

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Delight at new Worthing Hospital charity shop

p I was surprised and delighted when visiting Worthing Hospital this week that the FRIENDS have opened a new cafe and shop at the North End of the hospital.

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Why is our village being ignored?

Following all the publicity on retail units along the A259 I must point out very clearly that Chandlers, Next, Tapi, and Aldi are not in Rustington, they are all in the Parish of Angmering.

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Means testing for benefits such as school meals

Does this arise from a political prejudice that society is a mere aggregate of individuals, who want to make money and not pay tax?

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Where have the shelters gone?

My friends and I came to Littlehampton one Saturday recently to have lunch in Pier Road, and enjoy a walk along the promenade.

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Council has no proper log

It amazes me that when a ratepayer asks a question at the Arun Civic Centre, there is no proper documentation of this.

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Thanks for vote of confidence

My thanks to the people of Lancing who voted for me on May 4 to become the West Sussex County Councillor for the Lancing Division.

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Say goodbye to countryside

When visiting the new Aldi in Rustington open to the public on Thursday, it is a shame that all the surrounding countryside will disappear along with the wildlife, encouraging litter

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The fools in the EU

I am wondering if I feel sorry for Mr Robin Olivier and his European Union comments with a majority of 1,269,501 in favour of leaving the Union and 17,410,742 not knowing what they’re voting for and not really wanting to leave the European Union.

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MPs are no help to constituents

Two significant local issues have affected the lives of many residents over the past 12 months, namely: the worsening traffic situation along and around the A27; and the poor performance of Southern Rail or Southern Fail as it has become known with good reason, where, regardless of one’s political persuasion or not, voters may wish to challenge their own constituency member of the two local MPs on their record in lobbying government in support of the well documented enormous effects on the lives of many local people.

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Housing building policy is weighed heavily in favour of developers at the expense of communities

Arun District Council has decided that a house-building target of 20,000 new houses ‘can be delivered’ over the period of their local plan, 2011 to 2031’ (Arun Local Plan Submission Version (ALPSV) Modifications, March 2017’: ‘Housing Supply).

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