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LETTER: Fight for lives

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

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LETTER: New umpires

I have been asked by the committee of the B&MS ACO to thank you for the various articles regarding the benefits of officiating.

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LETTER: Shameful situation

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: Put your spare time to good use

Leading children’s charity Barnardo’s is encouraging people to put their spare time to good use as it gets ready to launch a new volunteer recruitment drive.

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LETTER: NSPCC support

I want to take the opportunity to thank all of your readers who have continued to support the work of the NSPCC during the past 12 months.

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LETTER: Outstanding police work

On behalf of myself, the residents of Tilgate and the rest of Crawley I would like to thank you, Chief Inspector Dave Padwick, for the fantastic, no, OUTSTANDING work and results you’ve achieved for our town since your arrival in September 2015.

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LETTER: Valued help

I am writing to ask if your readers would like to volunteer with Leonard Cheshire.

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LETTER: New Year challenge

Have you made your New Year’s resolution yet?

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LETTER: Extraordinary year for brigade

This year has been yet another extraordinary year for The Boys’ Brigade in England.

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LETTER: Nominate a nursing hero

We know that nurses all across Sussex are making a huge difference to people’s lives every day so we’re asking members of the public to help say a big ‘thank you’ by nominating them for a special award – the Patient’s Choice Award.

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LETTER: Gatwick memories

In reply to Tom Singfield’s request, my main memories of Gatwick Airport in the early 60s are of the dinner-dances held on Saturday evenings in the main restaurant.

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LETTER: Big well done to the cycling lads

I would like to say a huge ‘well done’ to the lads (including my grandson Devon Fender and his friends, including Thomas Howard-Bold, Michael’s older brother) after their mammoth cycle ride from Liverpool to Crawley stopping at (and having a huge welcome) from many football clubs on the way.

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LETTER: Reckless drivers

Henry Smith MP’s campaign to increase reckless driving sentences is an honourable one, considering that many lives are lost each year as a result.

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LETTER: Festive thanks

My husband Bob and I would like to wish everyone in Three Bridges a very happy Christmas and a prosperous New Year.

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LETTER: Short sighted

I write to express exasperation at the shallow and short sighted coverage the media gives the Southern Rail/ RMT/ ASLEF dispute.

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LETTER: Journey times

I don’t think the proposals for one man operation of trains go far enough-I believe that train drivers should also issue all tickets.

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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: I would like to invite your readers to nominate someone for a British Heart Foundation Heart Hero award.

LETTER: I would like to invite your readers to nominate someone for a British Heart Foundation Heart Hero award.

I would like to invite your readers to nominate someone for a British Heart Foundation Heart Hero award

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LETTER: Care home neglect fears

LETTER: Care home neglect fears

Of those, many say their opinion is based on personal experience - either knowing someone in a care home (15%), working in a care home (5%), or hearing personal experience from others (25%).

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LETTER: Festive support

LETTER: Festive support

At Sands (Stillbirth & neonatal charity) we know that the festive period may be a particularly sad and upsetting time for parents who have experienced a stillbirth or whose babies have died neonatally. That’s why we have extended the opening hours of our Helpline to cover the holiday period every day including Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day.

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