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No thanks, Aldi – too much noise

From: Fran Hall

Marina 
St Leonards

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Hastings Observer letters

Were terms not set beforehand?

From: Brian Turner

High Beech
Hastings

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Hastings Observer letters

Remember lives lost in disaster

From: Ray Walter

Eisenhower Drive
St Leonards

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Hastings Observer letters

Restaurant is sorely missed

From: George Moles

Stockleigh Road
St Leonards

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Hastings Observer letters

UK gets much more in return

From: M M Graves

Ore Place
Hastings

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Hastings Observer letters

What’s happened to pharmacies?

From: Mrs Rogers

Queens Road
Hastings

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Hastings Observer letters

GP system is now in total freefall

From: Peter Benson

Quarry Hill
St Leonards

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Hastings Observer letters

Extra cash didn’t produce results

From: Eric Waters

Ingleside Crescent
Hastings

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Hastings Observer letters

Effects of Brexit are already felt

From: Mike Southon, Marina, St Leonards

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Hastings Observer letters

Crime will rise if cuts continue

From: Cllr Phil Scott, East Sussex County Councillor, Hollington & Wishing Tree Division

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Hastings Observer letters

Have sympathy for the homeless

From: P. Franklin, Harold Road, Hastings

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Hastings Observer letters

Petition to ditch EU fishing policy

From: Wayne Andrews, Branch chairman, UKIP Hastings and Rye

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Hastings Observer letters

Plan must have traffic measures

From: Geoff Morris, Bexhill Road, Hastings

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Hastings Observer letters

No thought given to us road users

From: Simon Stoddart, Queens Road, Hastings

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Hastings Observer letters

High speed rail is just a dream

From: Eric Waters, Ingleside Crescent, Lancing

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Rampion wind farm

Rampion announce a £4 million fund which will include supporting organisations working for benefit of Sussex people

Corporate social responsibility, as it is sometimes now termed, really began when Victorian industrialists started wanting to address the social ills of their age, including the poor living conditions of their workers.

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Rt Rev Mark Sowerby, Bishop of Horsham

Not as simple as good or bad

This coming Sunday the country will pause, and take stock of the sacrifice and ongoing dedication of many men and women in the service of their country.
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Hastings Observer letters

EU money came from UK anyway

From: Peter Saunders, Croft Road, Hastings

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Hastings Observer letters

New store won’t have safe access

From: Erica Barrett, Chairman, Pilot Field Area Residents’ Association, The Ridge, Hastings

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Hastings Observer letters

Will we ever get to stop queuing?

From: Sue Huggins, Netherwood Close, Hastings

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