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LETTER: Can we have Europe flag?

Thank you to whoever put the cheerful flags in our main streets, they are very festive these summer days. And it was very appropriate to put up St George for Shakespeare’s birthday and St George’s day.

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LETTER: Does nothing for harmony

Mr Hanauer (letters 6th July) ‘Confused Rhetoric’ is selectively loyal. As a Petworth Society committee member he has ample opportunity to challenge the chairman to the ‘healthy debate’ he advocates in the privacy of a committee meeting.

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LETTER: No chance of work helping us

I see with interest that Palmersfield Avenue and Kingsmead Avenue are to be closed for road works.

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LETTER: We will never get supermarket

I have very strong views on the subject of more houses going up in Midhurst and surrounding area.

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LETTER: Concerns about more housing

Midhurst and surrounding villages are to be commended for the way in which they are rising to the challenge of providing more housing stock, and it is encouraging to see the proposal put forward by Cowdray Estate for new homes in Easebourne.

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LETTER: Pavements can be made level

The latest talking point seems to be about pavements, now that the bypass is taking a well earned rest, as has Brexit.

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LETTER: New school while funds fail

I note, on page 8 of last week’s Observer that several of our schools are in difficulties owing to under funding, which seems to have had a severe impact on West Sussex. Luckily some of them have been helped by the generosity of Synergy Learning Products Ltd.

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LETTER: MP’s comments ill informed

In defence of ‘Worth Less’ West Sussex Schools campaign for fairer funding.

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LETTER: Discrimination if no broadband

Very few residents of Arun are aware that Arun District Council (ADC) ran a six-week consultation on the extremely important Arun Local Plan, which closed on May 30, 2017.

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Dr Martin Warner, Bishop of Chichester

Accountability on earth is vital and must be effective

On Saturday 1 July in Chichester Cathedral, 12 men and women became clergy in the Church of England.

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LETTER: Happy to join the inspection

I would like to respond to Bob Lanzer’s letter in the Observer of June 15.

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LETTER: Pavements not fit for purpose

I read with interest and disappointment the Bob Lanzer letter ‘Public safety at the forefront’.

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LETTER: Money more important

I have just been reading about multi-storey blocks in this country and the dangerous state of far too many of them.

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LETTER: Bewildered by traffic chaos

As a resident of West Wittering, I am completely bewildered how the traffic jam created by visitors to West Wittering Beach on the 18/6/17 was allowed to develop into such a chaotic state.

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LETTER: Witterings needs a solution

Yet again this weekend we witnessed traffic chaos caused mainly by vehicles heading towards West Wittering beach.

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LETTER: Public safety at the forefront

I would like to respond to the series of articles published in your paper about the pavements in Chichester city centre and falls suffered by members of the public.

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LETTER: Plan similar to Selsey cinema

I understand that plans to convert the ‘Selsey Pavilion’ back into cinema usage incorporating a theatre, community resource and bar activities may have been delayed.

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LETTER: Sad problem of memorial

As a pupil at Petworth Boys School at the time of the bombing and in later years responsible for agreeing the site of the present memorial stone, the inscription and arranging a service of dedication on behalf of the parish council I find it very sad that there is such a problem in agreeing a new memorial.

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LETTER: Labour vote almost doubled

Here in Chichester and across the country, something extraordinary took place last Thursday. The Labour Party, although written off by many who criticised Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership, took the fight to the Conservatives and delivered a result that no one expected, shaking them out of their arrogant complacency.

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LETTER: Suggestions for electoral system

Winston Churchill once stated “it has been said that democracy is the worst form of Government except all those other forms that have been tried from time to time”.

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