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LETTER: The future of maths teaching

As there has been a recent announcement that the government is going to give some help to encourage more pupils to become interested in mathematics, I would like to offer some practical advice.

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LETTER: Dog-friendly or dog-unfriendly?

Whilst enjoying a cup of coffee with a friend at a local coffee shop recently, another customer came in with some dogs.

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LETTER: Information on an April fool?

I was on a weekend break in Rustington, in 1963, and remember footprints painted overnight on April 1, along the foreshore from the shelter at Sea Lane to the promenade at Littlehampton and back off East Pier to the sea.

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LETTER: ‘Joy’ over new homes plans

In amongst the Christmas cards delivered this week was an information leaflet from Gladman Land regarding their proposed residential development on land off Arundel Road in Angmering.

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LETTER: Blown in by the strong winds...

During the awful driving wind on Friday, a 40ft-long plastic strip of ‘Tiler Breathable Pitched Roof Underlay’ came flying into our garden on Worthing seafront.

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LETTER: Why remove seafront shelter?

What a good idea to have toilets for the public to use, and what a sad idea to demolish the only sensible shelter along our length of seafront (‘Support grows for seafront café and water sports plans’, Littlehampton Gazette, November 30).

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LETTER: Plans not just ‘pretty pictures’

I have read your latest report on Worthing Borough Council’s proposed seafront development strategy including the provision of a seawater lagoon.

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LETTER: Chill wind or raging gale?

According to an article in the Herald & Gazette, average ticket prices across Britain will go up by 3.4 per cent on January 2, and it quoted the passenger watchdog Transport Focus as saying that it compared the news to ‘a chill wind’ blowing down platforms because many passengers’ incomes were stagnating or falling.

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LETTER: How things used to be

I am writing to say what others must be thinking: how can Arun District Council afford a pay rise to chief executive Nigel Lynn?

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LETTER: Let’s hope the ban spreads

It’s welcome news that West Sussex County Council has banned new tenants on its land from snaring animals.

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LETTER: Itemised bill for Brexit?

I was amazed to hear that we are planning to pay even more money to leave the EU.

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LETTER: Well done and thank you!

I wonder if everyone realises the work that goes into the erecting and lighting of our magnificent tree in the centre of Arundel.

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LETTER: All traffic was impacted badly

In a letter published in last week’s Herald, county councillor Kevin Boram asked me to provide the terms of reference for my suggested review of roadworks on main arterial roads.

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LETTER: Two excellent local events

Recently, I have attended two excellent local events.

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LETTER: Applause for range of shows

I disagree with the comments Ann Barlow made that Worthing Theatres is offering no classic dramas or plays (Worthing Herald last week, and online).

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LETTER: Money not spent on pool?

We visited The Lanes health club in Rustington and we were so disappointed to find that they have the same ‘cold’ pool as Virgin Active had.

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LETTER: Support for stamp appeal

I’m looking for support for my stamp appeal to raise money for the Bone Cancer Research Trust (Charity Number 1159590), the leading charity dedicated to fighting primary bone cancer, and would love the support of your readers.

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LETTER: In response to councillor...

I would like to respond to councillor Kevin Boram’s letter to the Herald.

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LETTER: Community road solution?

I note that the letters section is discussing the gridlock in Shoreham High Street.

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LETTER: Lucky to see so many birds

Reading the column by Whispering Smith in a previous Gazette, I would say he has been lucky to see that many birds.

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