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LETTER: Refugees are desperate

The decision to build a wall in Calais is the latest in a long line of wrong moves made in the ongoing scandal of the British and French authorities’ handling of the plight of refugees in Northern France.

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LETTER: Hope lights will be fixed soon

Further to your article headed “Turn those lights out….” (Middy 8 September) I would like to add that both I and my neighbours first drew the attention of the local council to this problem more than a year ago and have reminded them on several occasions since.

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LETTER: Do away with ‘us and them’

In response to the letter to The Mid Sussex Times from Haywards Heath Labour Party’s Greg Mountain hoping Haywards Heath Town Day would be a tremendous success, I understand where the Haywards Heath Town Council is coming from in saying ‘no’ to political party representation on the day.

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LETTER: Consultant adds insult to injury

Your article in last week’s Middy ‘Milestone for town’s cultural quarter’ (15/9/16 page 3) reported on the findings of the Cultural Quarter Working Group who have reached the staggering conclusion “that there is a desire for a flexible community space in the centre of town”.

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LETTER: Concern could have saved a life

On Sunday 3rd September, travelling to Burgess Hill in a local taxi, our driver was concerned to see an elderly lady walking along the grass verge in Isaacs Lane towards Haywards Heath.

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LETTER: Ambulance care was exceptional

I had occasion to call out an ambulance for my wife on Saturday 13th August.

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LETTER: Wishing Town Day success

Haywards Heath Branch of the Labour Party wishes readers to know it hopes that this year’s Town Day is a tremendous success.

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LETTER: Changes will cause flytippng

Yesterday at Burgess Hill Municipal Dump I was handed a leaflet named “Changes to west Sussex Household Waste Recycling Sites (HWRSs) Starting 1st October 2016”.

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LETTER: Great pity that clubs are lost

With regard to the Franklands Village Social Club closure, may I say that Franklands Village Football Club (sadly, also no longer in existence) was a completely separate organisation from the social club.

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LETTER: Why no link for pedestrians?

A recent report showed a picture of the Old Farm Close crossing point with a notice telling residents not to walk towards the hospital on the relief road - some do but why is there no link for them via Southdowns Park?

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LETTER: Charity ride

I am writing to call upon your readers to sign up for the British Heart Foundation’s (BHF) annual London to Brighton Off-Road Bike Ride on Saturday 24 September 2016 and help fight back against heart and circulatory disease, which is responsible for a quarter of all UK deaths.

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LETTER: Pollution issue

In addition to all the unacceptable disadvantages to local people arising from an expansion to Gatwick’s activities, as outlined by Communities Against Gatwick Noise and Emissions (CAGNE), there is the issue of pollution.

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LETTER: Distress for rail travellers

Absence of staff at Hassocks Station on Saturday August 20 meant that travellers were not able to purchase tickets for their journeys either through the ticket office which was closed or through the ticket machines which were put out of action.

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LETTER: Pursuit of gas and fracking

The independent Natural Capital Committee advises the government in developing its 25 year environment plan.

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LETTER: Help get foods labelled vegan-friendly

Veganism is becoming increasingly popular, with more than 500,000 people having gone vegan in the UK according to a recent poll.

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LETTER: Long wait for new premises

Regarding your article on page 36 of the August 11 Middy: 1986 may have been a good year for other schools, but it was an exceedingly disappointing year for us in Ardingly, especially for our Year 6 children who were expecting to be taught in the new school but left in July 1987.

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LETTER: Relief when school reopened

As the former headteacher of St Peter’s C of E Primary School, Ardingly, I write to point out some inaccuracies in your report on page 36 of the August 11 Middy.

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LETTER: Experiences at Princess Royal

My husband needed a knee replacement revision last August.

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LETTER: Claims are extraordinary

I find CAGNE’s claims that thousands of new jobs would be ‘catastrophic for local people’ extraordinary.

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LETTER: Trolleys are abandoned

I am fed up with shopping trolleys being abandoned in parks, on the pavements, at bus shelters, and in car parks in Burgess Hill.

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