I believe that J. Askham’s letter Facts To Convince Climate Sceptic (News Views, January 28) was possibly mis-titled.
I was dismayed to read that in spite of the relocation of the bottle bank at Southwell Co-op, complaints in respect of noise are still being made.
I thought Ofgem was there to keep bills down, but I’m afraid not.
It's great to see that the business world in the district is expanding (Record Number Of Businesses Launched) but where are these companies?
The school name saga rumbles on. When I attended, it was Hawtonville Junior School, which was sensible as it served the Hawtonville estate.
Given the decline in activity due to lockdown there must be an opportunity to activate workforces on infrastructure projects that require attention.
Regarding giving street names in tribute to sports stars, David Lloyd is completely wrong about Dicky Dwyer.
My wife and I have just returned from our appointment at the covid-19 vaccination centre at Newark Showground.
I read that the Peak District’s last surviving mountain hares are at risk, and a new mine is planned for Cumbria. Doesn’t anyone make the connection?
In response to M. Marvin’s query about the old £20 notes, they look set to be legal tender for some time to come.
It seems as though the wearing of face masks is going to be with us for some time.
Regarding the coronavirus vaccinations at Newark Showground. I have, for years, been quick to remonstrate loudly when not treated with good manners.
My wife and I listened to the Newark-born author Matt Haig on the BBC Radio 4 Today programme on Saturday morning while having breakfast.
After attending for our covid-19 vaccinations at Newark Showground, my wife and I were very impressed with the extremely efficient organisation there
While I applaud the efforts of Green Southwell in reducing waste and pollution, it appears that they are unaware of how our modern world is created.
The removal of William Gladstone’s name from the school title ignores historical facts.
I read the article Finishing Touches Being Put To Hotel (Advertiser, January 21) and it has raised a few points in my mind.
So, Highways England asks for email responses for proposals to improve the A46, and then supplies us with a form we have to print off and complete
Regarding the new road proposals for Newark, it would appear the planners have proposed a new tranche of unnecessary and very expensive roads.
I stand aligned with our MP Robert Jenrick on the issue of renaming William Gladstone Academy, Newark.