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Happy Christmas Nick!

I understand that The Hon Nick Herbert MP is asking local schoolchildren to provide designs for his Christmas card this year.

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Meeting open to differing views

I’m sorry James Breckell was upset by comments he heard at the public meeting about local housing trends (Herald, Oct 20), but puzzled that he blames its organisers, the Shoreham Society and the Shoreham Beach Residents’ Association (SBRA).

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Brooklands Pleasure Park in ‘terrible state’

As a grandparent, who regularly looks after up to five grandchildren, I have to agree will Cllr Bob Smytherman concerning the terrible state of Brooklands.

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Walking football is kicking off

There is a small group of senior members of Worthing Football Club who enjoy the leisure game of walking footballon Friday evenings at the Bibby Financial Services Stadiumon Woodside Road.

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Brexiteer’s attitude ‘unacceptable’

Colin Burgoyne (Letters, 13 October) says “why don’t they (the 48 per cent who voted Remain) go and live in Europe...”

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Maltravers Social Club closed through lack of money

The reason the Maltravers Social Club closed as it did is because it simply ran out of money.

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Brexit: We may face much to moan about

The referendum gave results which showed a virtually evenly divided nation.

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Missed bin collections

I refer to ‘Waste bins go uncollected’ (letters, October 20).

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Worthing Borough Council ‘pays lip service to young people’

On Monday, October 17, I had the privilege of attending a meeting of the Adur & Worthing Youth Council.

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Waste could provide a new career

I read a very sensible letter from my neighbour Frank Beasley ‘Pay public to avoid fly-tipping’ in the Opinion pages of the Herald (October 13), followed by the article Waste away in the Guardian (October 13).

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Support on water bills

Last year, we made a promise to give more support and advice to our customers struggling to pay their water bills.

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‘We will not sit on the fence’ regarding Broadwater Manor Sports ground plan

Re the fencing proposal on the Broadwater Manor Sports ground.

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Need for variety of shops in Rustington village

I have lived in Rustington since 1976.

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Brexit – accepting rules of democracy

I realise that some have difficulty in accepting the rules of democracy, but it is getting tiresome to keep reading about those who cannot accept the result of the referendum and the fact that Great Britain will be leaving the European Union.

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Plenty of unanswered questions about fracking

Frack on or frack off – with a planet awash with oil and gas and the producers managing costs by limiting supply and authorising trying to redress emissions, the government has granted a licence for a full scale scheme to go ahead despite all local opinion up to county council level in opposition to it.

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Brexit – moving into a global economy

We leave the EU with which we had to co-operate.

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Littlehampton pool sauna could attract tourists

With reference to Littlehampton’s pool, we have suggested that if the new centre was to have a sauna or, even better, full spa facilities, ie sauna, steam room and jacuzzi.

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No warning of new opening hours at tip

On Tuesday, October 4, I visited the amenity tip at Mill Lane, Littlehampton, at 10.05am.

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Littlehampton pool design ‘oh so boring’

That’s my opinion of the new pools design of the proposed leisure complex.

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Worthing council needs a shake-up

Having recently moved back to Worthing after ten years away, I read the letter from Labour’s Martin McCabe (October 13) with great interest.

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