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Time to follow up NHS plan

From: C Goddard, Robert Tressell Close, Hastings

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How else can we fill funding gap?

From: Peter & Valerie Clarke, Ochiltree Close, Hastings

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Fond memories of Silverhill

From: Clifford Brooker, High Wickham, Hastings

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Bin men clearly earn their wage

From: Dee Mutter, Marina, St Leonards

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Please rethink toilet decision

From: Mark Hutchison, Sandwich Drive, St Leonards

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Cannot praise the staff enough

From: Sandra Prior, St James Avenue, Bexhill

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Amazed at litter in this country

From: Malcolm Cleaver, Lower Waites Lane, Fairlight

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Council should act on alleyway

From: Josie Lawson, Stonehouse Drive, St Leonards

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Kiosk obstructs seafront view

From: Bernard McGinley, Magdalen Road, St Leonards

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GP and his staff are excellent

From: Mrs S. E. Elford, Friars Bank, Guestling

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Time to listen to public’s views

From: Cllr Michael J Edwards, Conservative councillor, Ashdown Ward

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Maybe we should clear up rubbish

From: Michael Bishop, Hare Way, St Leonards

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Wake up and enjoy the music

From: Brenda Anson, Stream Lane, Sedlescombe

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Britain is open and tolerant

From: Stephen GB Hinton, Wrotham Close, Hastings

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Please support charity runners

From: Eric Hardwick MBE, Race director, Hastings Half Marathon

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Store will be missed by many

From: Dorothy Luck, Collinswood Drive, St Leonards

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Toilet closure is not welcoming

From: Derek Stocker, Duke Street, Bexhill

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Ward thrived on kindness of staff

I was admitted to Conquest Hospital for four days about three weeks ago with severe breathing difficulties.

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Party no longer fighting for UK

I hope you will allow me to inform the 45 per cent of the Hastings and Rye constituency who voted last June to remain in the European Union that, this week, the Leader of the Labour Party mandated his peers in the House of Lords to vote with the Tory Government in defeating Peter Hain’s amendment regarding Article 50 (to keep Britain in the Single Market).

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Shopping trips may have to end

For some years I have done nearly all my shopping in Queen’s Arcade in the town centre.

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