Five members of the House of Lords, including two former senior military officers, have called for a one-off retail closure for Remembrance Sunday, November 11, Armistice Day 2018, as set out in an early day motion moved by Kate Hoey and signed by MPs of all parties.
I don’t know if it is just me, but after being stuck in many traffic jams when the new cycle track from Felpham to Littlehampton was being constructed, I, as a cyclist, decided to take a trip along said track.
I wonder if some older residents of Lancing, who are protesting vociferously about the IKEA retail outlet, are having their attention deflected from the main issue here. Surely our main concern must be to ensure that we get a proper bypass to the A27?
Am I the only person who is getting both fed up with and concerned about small aircraft flying over Littlehampton only to start looping, diving, engine cutting out, etc., right over the area from East Preston to West Littlehampton?
I was disappointed to read that Southern Rail’s new timetable means that pupils from Davison CE High School in East Worthing who use the train to commute to school and use East Worthing station will have to leave lessons early or face a long wait at East Worthing station for a later train.
Given that the law banning cycling on pavements is acknowledgement by a former authority that such practise is a danger to pedestrians, how can current authorities consider it not to be a danger when the pavement is called the ‘Adur Ferry Bridge’ in Shoreham?