In her letter Great Support For Services (News Views, Advertiser, August 2) Kay Cutts, leader of Nottinghamshire County Council, put great emphasis on the council supporting as many Armed Forces-related events around the county as possible.
The Newark Half-marathon on Sunday was yet another success. It is rapidly and rightfully becoming a real feather in the town’s cap since its return to the calendar three years ago.
It is good to see that the roundabout at the junction of Hawton Road and Boundary Road, Newark, is finally being restored.
In the Advertiser of August 2 there were two examples of poor-quality decisions made by Newark and Sherwood District Council.
Looking through last week’s Advertiser I noticed many news items concerned fundraising for local charities.
Can I congratulate your correspondent, Robert Sheppard, for his hilarious letter on climate change (Think About Climate Change, News Views, July 26)?
Being diagnosed with an illness like leukaemia must be one of the most terrifying moments in life, particularly if your survival is dependent on a bone marrow transplant where you are relying on a match to be found.
We are members of a focus group in Newark called Professionals In Newark (PIN) writing in response to three articles in the Advertiser on July 19.
Once Marks and Spencer closes its store on Stodman Street, Newark, I doubt it will reopen in any form.
I am writing following several occasions of traffic difficulties along Queen Street, Southwell.
The comments of D. Hinchley (Getting Worse, News Views, July 19) seemed very apt when taking into account the news item in the same edition of county councillors discussing the proposal for a unitary authority for Nottinghamshire.
With reference to Brian Clark’s letter (Call For Clean-up, News Views, July 26) I totally agree.
I parked my car displaying my Blue Badge, which I thought, wrongly as it turns out, allowed me to park in a permit-only bay on Castlegate, Newark.