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LETTER: Brexit is a vital priority now

Well it’s all over with few having forecast the result.

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LETTER: Wrong over faith schools

Michael Harris (Letters, 9th June) calls for the closure of all faith schools, arguing that this would be good for social cohesion and foil the radicalisation of potential terrorists. He is wrong.

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LETTER: Did Boris forget his views?

You report that Boris Johnson, on his recent mission to try to boost the Conservative vote in Eastbourne, described it as ‘an absolutely beautiful town’.

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LETTER: Words cannot express thanks

Our daughter Katy has recently undergone an operation (Jubilee Eye Suite) to remove cataracts from both eyes at the same time. Katy has special needs and the operation took place under general anaesthetic, so this was bound to be a traumatic experience for her.

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LETTER: Sincere thanks to former MP

The day before the country went to the polls we held a grand opening for our new outside space.

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LETTER: Fears over jet skis off coast

I am writing to ask for your help towards protecting sea swimmers from jet skis and speed boats in the sea particularly from April through to October.

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LETTER: Offering flats to investors

Re your article “Six High Spec Flats” – if the developer Ersin Sire wish to bring quality living at affordable prices to Eastbourne that is very good news for our first time buyers.

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LETTER: There used to be little crime

As the last Superintendent and only pre-war survivor of the Eastbourne County Borough Police, which ceased to exist on the 1st January 1968, I would appreciate the opportunity to thank Mr Edwards for his reference to “seeing a Bobby around every corner” in the local paper dated June 9.

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LETTER: It’s ‘hassle and waste of money’

I see that Hailsham is now really going places.

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LETTER: Bon voyage to letter writer

I see that our old friend Malcolm Rasala has once again written a letter denegrating Eastbourne and extolling the virtues of Nancy and all things French.

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LETTER: Jet skis need regulation

Christine Brooks’ letter, published June 9, on the danger posed by jet skis matches my experiences as a regular swimmer, mainly to the east of the pier.

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LETTER: No longer strong and stable

Further to the general election results, may I first be permitted to congratulate Eastbourne’s Stephen Lloyd on his return to parliament.

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LETTER: Centre’s lockers get expensive

I thought I would write to advise readers, if you publish this letter, and those who may visit the Sovereign Centre to be sure to take with them a good supply of 20p pieces.

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LETTER: Put dog poo in your own bin

I have just had to retrieve a bag of dog poo from the bottom of my wheelie-bin!

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LETTER: Pier needs to attract tourists

Just returned from Nancy in France; a beautiful gilt encrusted town made rich by tourism. Why, O why, cannot Eastbourne Pier be gilt instead of coated in tacky gold paint? What is it about those who run Eastbourne they always resort to the ugly and cheap?

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LETTER: Swimmer ‘hero’ saves seagull

I live in a block of seafront flats on the ground floor. My friend, Brenda, who lives on the 4th floor was very upset on Wednesday (May 31) when she saw one seagull standing on another seagull in the sea and seemed to be trying to drown said seagull.

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LETTER: Pier is left in excellent hands

We were fortunate last week to meet Sheikh Abid Gulzar on the beautiful Eugenius Birch Grade II listed Eastbourne Pier.

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LETTER: Poor service on the buses

It is about time Stagecoach did something about the poor service it runs on longer distance routes.

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LETTER: Bobbies were on every corner

I’m 76 years old. Just the other day, as I walked home through Eastbourne Railway Station, three rather large ominous policemen with guns appeared. Even at my age I found them a bit scary.

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LETTER: Ear-splitting motorbikes

Why oh why during the summer months do we have to be driven mad by the incessant noise of motorbikes up and down the seafront and generally around the town?

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