I fully understand the benefits and pleasure that cycling offers, but the rest of us are having to pay a heavy price, particularly in the better weather when the roads are overrun.
I have just been into Newark and a crane is removing the concrete blocks on Appletongate.
In the article Last Bank Branch To Close (Southwell Advertiser, June 14) the chairman of Southwell Town Council, Mr David Martin, is quoted as asking: “...do we really need banks?”
So the saga of the Robin Hood Hotel, Newark, goes on (Hotel Plans Submitted, Advertiser, June 14).
As a one-time consultant planning inspector I am continually dismayed, baffled and annoyed by the extraordinary planning decisions made in our local authority.
The curtain has come down on the latest successful Newark Festival, an event that provided three days of entertainment for thousands of people.
Newark Dementia Carers’ Group would like to thank Balderton Parish Council once again for their donation of £500.
It was sad to read of the passing of one of Newark’s well-known characters, John Bingham.
...the staff of Minster Ward and the surgical/anaesthetics teams for making my stay (on my birthday) at Newark Hospital so relaxed, cheerful, and even fun.
It is one thing to have to respond through the proper planning process to a totally unsatisfactory ‘application,' but to have to also respond to a total misrepresentation of the out-come of a developer’s consultation on an application is another.
In reply to Mrs Speckley’s letter, Wrong Site For Development (News Views, June 7) I was dubious about the planned development by the Farndon island, but having attended the exhibition, my mind was put to rest.
I am writing in disgust at the unwarranted construction of new signage for Brackenhurst campus, Southwell.
The latest attempt to end the long-running saga of Newark’s Robin Hood Hotel has been put forward by developers MF Strawson, and it seems the conservationists have been listened to.
As a musician one of the things I like best about the Newark is its vibrant music scene.