After coming into Newark to see family, I could not believe how many lorries and vans were parked on the pavements. In some cases, the whole lorry.
I agree with the comments by Doreen Langford about having treatment at Newark Hospital if possible (Podiatry Concern, News Views, July 12).
I agree with Doreen Langford (Podiatry Concern, News Views, July 12) on the subject of podiatry patients needing treatment with local anaesthetic being required to go to Carlton (a 40-mile round-trip for me) but Lincoln patients can come to Newark.
We rightly are praising the NHS on reaching 70 years of service, and particularly the front line staff — nurses, doctors, consultants and their colleagues in specialist medical areas — who give their best, often in trying conditions and limited timescale.