Looking at the pictures of what remains of Newark’s Robin Hood Hotel which illustrate the letter from A. M. Waddington (Why Was Nothing Done At Closing Time? News Views, April 9), I see the facade of an attractive but sadly neglected building.
In my view, the planning authority was right to insist on restoration and retention and the developer should be obliged to comply.
— R. M. RENSHAW, Dip Arch (Full address supplied).
MOST people will, at some point in their lives, see the effects of mental health problems at close quarters, whether through their own personal experience or that of family, friends or colleagues. They may also see the stigma still attached to it.
Among the organisations and individuals working to end the prejudices that remain is Newark Mind.
Set up in 1982, it is the leading mental health charity in Newark and Sherwood.
Based on London Road, Newark, it works to improve people’s mental and emotional well-being and promotes awareness, understanding and acceptance.