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LETTER: Improving care must be priority

With the publication of the sustainability and transformation plans in Sussex and East Surrey due to be released shortly, it is extremely worrying that findings from a recent BMA survey reveal that over two thirds of doctors say they have not been consulted on the plans despite assurances from ministers.

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LETTER: Give everything to Hillians’ cause

This message goes out to each and every single Hillians connection from Ian Chapman through to the casual fan who graces the GES terraces on Saturday afternoons.

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LETTER: Help donkeys in desperate need

Safe Haven for Donkeys in the Holy Land would like to thank everybody who visited their stall in the Marketplace Shopping Centre in Burgess Hill on Saturday.

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LETTER: Hopefully home for Christmas

Our Grandson Alfie entered this world 13 weeks early on the 26th July this year weighing in at 20 ounces.

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LETTER: Developments will go ahead

It has been interesting to read the lengthy correspondence in your columns in the last few weeks about the pros and cons of the Haywards Heath Neighbourhood Plan (NP) referendum.

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LETTER: Problems with tablet purchase

In the light of a recent experience in connection with the purchase of an Amazon Tablet from the John Lewis store in Horsham your readers may need to be aware that they appear to be selling used devices as new.

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LETTER: £1.2 million for charity’s work

Since April this year Oxfam shops in Surrey and West Sussex managed to raise over £1.2 million to support the charity’s work around the world.

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LETTER: Concert held in aid of hospice

The Musical Cheers concert in Ditchling Village Hall on Sunday 6th November raised £875 for St Peter and St James Hospice.

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LETTER: Vote will make no difference

Councillor Dorking is entitled to believe he lives in a democracy - and his exhortation that all should vote yes to the Referendum speaks volumes (‘All residents urged to vote’, letters Nov 10).

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LETTER: Pharmacy freustration

I was surprised by Tracy Robinson’s response to my letter.

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LETTER: Health services are crumbling

Foreigners (or more accurately non-residents) who visit this country get free emergency care but if they need further treatment many are supposed to pay.

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LETTER: Car thefts are bigger issue

I have just read with interest your report of a gang stealing BMWs.

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LETTER: Thank you for prompt action

In these days of so much adverse publicity regarding the NHS and our local hospitals I must write about my recent experience.

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LETTER: Proud to work for British Rail

I read with interest the letter submitted by Glenn Lyons regarding the re-nationalising of the Railways.

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LETTER: Stand by call: Govia must go

Mr Bowden (Union Is cause of Rail Misery) is failing to look below the surface when he blames the RMT Union for causing the misery being inflicted on local rail users.

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LETTER: All residents urged to vote

I would like to thank Mr Adrian Warwick for bringing the subject of the Haywards Heath Neighbourhood Plan to the attention of readers.

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LETTER: Water savings

Last year, we made a promise to give more support and advice to our customers struggling to pay their water bills.

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LETTER: Unwelcome imports

So according to Cllr David Barling dressing up in scary costumes, knocking on peoples doors at night and demanding sweets with menaces is fun whereas dressing as a clown is intimidating – hmm, not much difference in my opinion.

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LETTER: Ludicrous decision

Having read of the decision - a ludicrous one - to allow 130 houses to be built on the site by the Friars Oak pub.

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LETTER: Pharmacy solution

I read E Hetherington’s letter (NHS anomoly, Mid Sussex Times. October 20) with great interest as I am a pharmacy dispenser.

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