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LETTER: Last chance to join Marathon

We’re offering runners a last chance to join our team of fundraisers taking part in this year’s Virgin Money London Marathon.

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LETTER: Muddy puddle walk with Peppa

This spring, Entertainment One’s (eOne) Peppa Pig is teaming up with the world’s leading children’s charity, Save the Children, to launch a fundraiser like no other.

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LETTER: Waste of money is a scandal

I have just discovered that the “Bumpy Bridge” over the railway at Burgess Hill is no longer to be replaced.

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LETTER: Make 2017 year we strike back

2017 began with a shocking story of a woman forced to wet herself on a train with no disabled toilet.

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LETTER: Give us some of what we want

In answer to Burgess Hill Town Councillor Janice Henwood’s reply to my letter of a couple of week ago (Middy letters Dec 29), I had no idea that the Martlets Hall was not being replaced.

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LETTER: Tile site should be a reservoir

I see that the entrance to the new building project at Keymer Tile works at Burgess Hill lets you see how much land there really is; but it’s concave.

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LETTER: Positive effect of articles in paper

I have been asked by the committee of the Brighton and Mid Sussex Association of Cricket Officials to thank you for the various articles that you wrote in the Sussex Newspapers regarding the benefits of officiating.

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LETTER: Supporting kids with cancer

Nobody thinks cancer will happen to their child. Until it does.

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LETTER: Money helped local families

Haywards Heath Lions Club would like to thank the local residents of Haywards Heath for their generous donations given during our Father Christmas carols float street tours and our collection at Sainsbury’s.

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LETTER: Be positive about the rail services

I thought someone ought to write in and say something positive about the management, unions and government people linked to Southern Railway:

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LETTER: Celebration of meals on wheels

I wanted to remind your readers about the fantastic meals on wheels service available in West Sussex.

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LETTER: Don’t shackle the press

The freedom of the press to carry out serious investigative journalism is under imminent threat at both national and local levels.

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LETTER: Thanks for generosity

I am writing to thank everyone who donated to my Mid Sussex Christmas Shoebox Appeal for Raystede Animal Welfare.

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LETTER: Plan’s lack of sensitivity

I refer to your report on page three of the Middy of December 15 concerning planning permission at Penland Farm.

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LETTER: Disgusted to be asked to donate

I am writing to express my disgust about being asked for charity donations in stores, when paying by debit card at the till, by selecting the “yes” menu indicted on the screen.

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LETTER: Bad outweighs the good of plan

I am sympathetic and slightly bemused by the comments of Mrs Fairweather in Mid Sussex Times of December 15, regarding the quality of developments in Haywards Heath.

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LETTER: Strike safety issue is solved

With reference to your article ‘Train drivers’ strike leads to complete shutdown of Southern rail network’ (Middy December 15).

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LETTER: We’re paying for an argument

The salaries of Southern Railway management, union members and associated public servants are all paid by some combination of our train fares and tax.

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LETTER: We’re paying for an argument

The salaries of Southern Railway management, union members and associated public servants are all paid by some combination of our train fares and tax.

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LETTER: Students meet Prince of Wales

xxPlumpton students and alumni were invited to take part in the annual Patrons Competition held at Highgrove, Tetbury.

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