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LETTER: Dementia Awareness

This month we mark Dementia Awareness Week (May 14-20).

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LETTER: Help would be heartening

I wish to comment on the correspondence in last week’s Middy on funding a replacement Cultural Centre for Burgess Hill.

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LETTER: Thanks for casing votes

I would like to say a big thank you to everyone who voted in the West Sussex County Council elections, whichever party they voted for.

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LETTER: Join celebration of girls’ brigade

The 1st Hurstpierpoint Girls’ Brigade is celebrating its 70th Anniversary this year with a Family Parade Service conducted by Rev Gina Upton (a previous Captain of the Company) and a Buffet Lunch for past members of the Girls’ Life Brigade (GLB) and Girls’ Brigade (GB) on Sunday 9 July at The Methodist Church, 42 Cuckfield Road, Hurstpierpoint BN6 9SA.

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LETTER: Experiences of missing post

Please may I through your paper inquire if anyone else in and around my district have

had their post either mis-delivered or not delivered at all.

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LETTER: Thanks for kind help after fall

May I through the auspices of your newspaper, offer my very sincere thanks to a number of people who helped me, following a sudden fall onto the concrete drive of my home on Palm Sunday.

I sustained quite severe facial injuries and was given immediate first aid from my kind neighbours, who advised I attend A&E locally.

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LETTER: Marathon is a favourite event

I would like to take this opportunity to say a big thank you to everyone involved in Sunday’s (April 30) Haywards Heath section of the Mid Sussex Marathon.

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LETTER: Fears over plan for acidising

Cuadrilla has applied to the Environment Agency to make changes to its permit in Balcombe.

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LETTER: Protect beauty and resources

As a worried mum and resident of Ardingly I recently learned that Cuadrilla wants to drill again in Balcombe.

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LETTER: Anyone for pigeon pie?

I reached into our newspaper rack and pulled out a Mid Sussex Times from 20 years ago.

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LETTER: Housing targets could be met

A root cause of the planning issues in your recent letters is the lack of an agreed District Plan.

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LETTER: Ensure details are up to date

This is an open letter to anyone that is on the Anthony Nolan bone marrow register who is willing to give their own stem cells or bone marrow to those people who are seriously ill with blood cancers like Leukaemia and have failed the normal courses of treatment for this type of illness.

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LETTER: Time to have a go ourselves?

Last week, John Rix commented on the usual disgusting conditions under Haywards Heath railway bridge.

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LETTER: Hard to imagine need for more

I am appalled at the account of the proceedings with the Planning Inspector against Mid Sussex District Council.

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LETTER: Dangerous threat to area

As a long-time resident of Mid-Sussex, I implore everybody to resist the plans to build more and more houses in our invaluable rural environment.

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LETTER: Free clinics

This May, The Doctor Richard Mackarness Foundation is running free one-day clinics in five Sussex locations to demonstrate to people with an alcohol problem, as well as doctors and the news media, how Addiction Management works.

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LETTER: Afraid of dogs

Many of us either own a dog or will meet one when out and about, but your readers might be surprised to know that research from Dogs Trust has shown that one in three children is afraid of dogs.

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LETTER: Simple solution

Some people have stated that the Southern Rail dispute is about who closes the doors.

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LETTER: Consider construction

This National Apprenticeship Week (NAW), we are calling on more young people from Crawley to consider construction as a future career. Construction offers a rewarding and fulfilling career, with six out of ten company owners starting life as an apprentice.

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LETTER: Beautiful walk

Described as “probably the most beautiful short walk in the South Downs National Park”, the Joadian Way Ramblette will take place the weekend before Easter - Saturday April 8 - to mark the 64th Anniversary of South Downs philosopher and writer C.E.M. Joad (1891-1953), who became famous in the wartime Brains Trust.

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