It would appear that the Newark Town Council members walk around our Market Place with their eyes firmly looking down on the cobbles.
One Friday, for the first time ever, I could not find a vacant space in Asda’s carpark.
I am organising a photoshoot for all past and present players and officials of Caunton Cricket Club.
There seem to be mixed views regarding Marks and Spencer’s proposed move to the Northgate retail park (Grave Concerns Over M&S Plan, Advertiser, May 10).
It is no secret that Britain’s High Streets are having a tough time, under threat from the growth of both online shopping and out-of-town retail parks.
I read with interest three related articles in your paper last week, namely the report regarding the Marks and Spencer proposed move, the letter from Gregory Strong and what happened 25 years ago regarding Aldi.
I was so sorry to read about the closure of the Norwell Scout Group (Call For Beaver Group To Return To Village, Advertiser, April 19).
What a wonderful experience Friday’s Trent Chamber Academy concert was.
....Severn Trent for the prompt delivery of emergency bottled water supplies to residents in the immediate area of the recent fractured water main at junction of Friary Road and Sherwood Avenue.
We had a democratic vote to come out of the European Union, but now we have the unelected House of Lords and MPs of all parties going against that vote.
After ordering and paying for a lawnmower from Argos Newark online, I took my wife to the store and collected it.
I was very impressed with Newark Town Hall and Museum Art Gallery, which I visited several weeks ago while on a study trip to the United Kingdom.
It was very interesting to read the article, First Residents Settle Into Life At Gladstone House (Advertiser, May 3).
Can someone tell me when the permanent roundabout is going to restored at the Hawton Road-Boundary Road-Albert Street junction in Newark?
The Association Of RAF Women Officers (ARAFWO) is currently recruiting new members to join its warm and friendly association.
They didn’t waste time did they? With the fizzy drinks tax only moments old, the treasury minister said more is to come on other food items.
It was a nice reader photo of the Newark Heritage Barge and castle in the Advertiser (News Views, April 26).
It is good to see the new Newark Sports and Fitness Centre so well used, but its popularity is causing problems.
I don't go into Newark all that much, particularly with the present traffic chaos but I have noticed the free bus circulating a few times and what I have seen gets my curiosity going.
Your correspondent on all matters pertaining to the Robin Hood Hotel is being too pessimistic by far in seeing only negatives in MF Strawson’s withdrawal of its planning application to demolish. (Lose-Lose Situation For Hotel, News Views, April 19).
It gave me great pleasure when I learnt Newark Cricket Club had named its revamped pavilion after the late Chris Grant (Bowled Over By Help From County Players, Advertiser, March 29).
I have been attending Newark Hospital’s fracture clinic for the past eight weeks with a fractured wrist and I cannot praise consultant Mr Dilipkumar Malkan and his team enough.
I recently spent eight days in Grantham Hospital and the treatment I received, from entering Accident and Emergency, through to EAU and then on to Ward Six, was first class by every member of staff.