Following an unexpected visit to Newark Hospital on Monday morning, I cannot praise the staff there enough.
I wonder if Advertiser readers can cast any light on the origin of the name, Chain Lane, in Newark, which runs between the Market Place and Middlegate.
Sadly, Bingham’s NatWest bank is due to close next week.
Congratulations to all the Advertiser team for the excellent Tour of Britain cycle race supplement.
I find it rather ironic that our MP, Mr Robert Jenrick, bemoans the fact that we may lose the custody suite at Newark Police Station (Concerns Over Custody Suite, Advertiser, September 7).
Further to recent stories in the Advertiser regarding faults with barriers on the Newark to Nottingham rail line, I wish to draw attention to another instance at Rolleston, albeit with the barriers down.
Newark Castle Cycling Club last Tuesday held a very successful Criterium race for juniors in the centre of Newark (Market Place Race Set To Be An Annual Event, Advertiser, September 7).
In noting the comments of the president of Newark Rugby Club (Appeals Ignored, News Views, August 24) I consider the YMCA’s plans for an £8.5m sports village for Newark to be wholly inappropriate.
I was one of the many spectators who watched the finish in Newark of stage four of the Tour of Britain.
Congratulations to all those small businesses and institutions that took the time and trouble to make some fantastic displays celebrating the Tour of Britain coming to Newark.
Congratulations go to Newark Town Council after my wife, daughter, and I attended the Brass Explosion event on August Bank Holiday Monday in the castle grounds.
On the very wet morning of Wednesday, July 26, when crossing Middlegate, Newark, I was involved in a collision with a mobility scooter.
I fully agree with the sentiments raised by K. Morley (Seeing Red, News Views, August 31).
... the lady who very kindly handed my handbag into Asda on August Bank Holiday Monday when I had inadvertently left it on the shopping trolley in their carpark.
It really is time Network Rail sorted out its automated level crossings in and around Newark (Crossing Faults ‘Put Lives At Risk’, Advertiser August 31).
There are now more people aged over 65 in Britain than those aged 16 and under.
Our thanks go to Newark Town Council for the wonderful free brass band summer at the castle.
Network Rail is absolutely right, the barriers getting stuck at Newark Castle station is embarrassing (Network Rail Admits Crossing Delays Are Embarrassing, Advertiser, August 17).
I am baffled by Newark and Sherwood Homes’ decision to remove the CCTV cameras from the Winthorpe Road area of Newark (Councillors And MP Back Call For Return Of CCTV Cameras, Advertiser, August 17).
I agree completely with Mrs Picker (Sad State, News Views, August 24) about the state of the former Mount School, Newark.
What is it about motorists in Newark who seem to think the rules of the Highway Code do not apply to them?
... Newark’s National Civil War Centre for organising a most enjoyable, interesting and illuminating civil war walking tour.
What sort of person decides to deliberately harm pets (Vet’s Warning Over Poisoned Sausages, Advertiser, August 24)?