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.
As a musician one of the things I like best about the Newark is its vibrant music scene.
The effect of the temporary closure of the junction of Cartergate and Appletongate has been a great success in stopping through traffic using the pedestrian area as a fast rat-run.
In reply to Mr T. Morriss (No Courtesy, News Views, May 24) I would strongly suggest that he reads the Highway Code, as he seems to wrongly think that he has priority when joining a major road.
Somewhere, I have a clipping from the Advertiser from when the Nottinghamshire County Council bought its first CCTV car (CCTV Car To Prevent Poor Parking, Advertiser, May 31).
If Theresa May's government believes we should hand over £39bn without a trade deal with the European Union then they are not fit to run a whelk stall.
I wrote recently to point out that America had suffered its coldest winter for 50 years.
With regard to the story £20m Plan To Create 400 Jobs (Advertiser, May 17) on paper it all sounds good, but in reality, no.
As the nation marks the 75th anniversary of the Dambusters raid, many of your younger readers may wonder if commemorating events from the second world war is still relevant today.
Having read Mr Chris Bentley’s article (Job Cuts Blamed On Roadworks In Town Centre, Advertiser, May 17) regarding the loss of trade at his fish and chip restaurant, I have sympathy with him.
I would like to express my thanks for a wonderful morning at the 50th anniversary of the Willie Hall Cup final.
On behalf of the residents, my wife one of them, I would like to commend all the management, staff and helpers at Strawberry Fields Care Home for providing a magnificent buffet while watching the royal wedding on television.
In Garages Will Make Way For Homes, a district council planning committee member is reported as saying: “The area where the houses are to be built is largely not on the green but where there are old garages.”
Let me first of all explain that I am aware that the sewer replacement project affecting Newark at present is essential and necessary.
Balderton Parish Council has strongly objected to, and is urging residents to respond to, boundary review consultation.
I do not understand how lowering the speed limit on Hawton Road and Lincoln Road, Newark, will encourage more people to cycle.
It was good to see David Lloyd, the new leader of Newark and Sherwood District Council, set out his priorities in As I See It (New Leader Sets Out Priorities, Advertiser, May 17).
As a regular user of the A1 around Newark, I am fed up of having to take my life into my own hands every time I join it.
I wonder if readers have noticed the controversy surrounding the decision made by the head of the American Environmental Protec-tion Authority (EPA).