People are very quick to criticise so I wanted to give credit where credit is due to Newark Town Council.
There is much discussion and posturing going on in the run-up to the climate conference in November.
Our oceans are under threat like never before and if our oceans die, we die.
Now we know we cannot trust the government.
More and more businesses are tending to refuse cash payments.
For months, part of the hedge along Lowfield Lane was overlapping the whole pavement, meaning everyone walking there had to step on to the road.
Chief Constable Craig Guilford states that the present police station is, and always was, under-utilised.
Newark Town Council’s reluctance to re-open the Spotlight Gallery and Museum requires more explanation than the Town Clerk appears willing to give.
In this world of killings, hate and violence, of covid and tragedies worldwide, how lovely it is to report on kindness and gentleness.
Robert Jenrick MP has said we “need to continue with self-responsibility and a common sense approach making sure we keep the virus under control.”
I would like to compliment Newark Town Council. When walking around the town centre one can’t help but admire the floral displays.
It was great news to read in the Advertiser that Bella the Belgian shepherd has been nominated for a national award.
As a registered patient of the Lowfield Lane NHS centre, Balderton, I was alarmed to read your report of shortcomings in the services it provides.
Regarding the article about Balderton Primary Health Centre, I would like to express my agreement with what was said.
So the Extinction Rebellion and the government think the rest of the world will follow our example of going green.
Being a local resident, I happened across Mr Waddington’s letter (No Case For Relocation) and felt compelled to respond as Chief Constable.
Earlier this year I wrote predicting that COP26 would only result in worthless vague promises.
The Elections Bill will allow ministers to define and curtail campaigning and make coordinating opposition an offence.
So much for attracting tourists to Newark. The classic car show at Sconce and Devon Park has attracted local people and those from outside the county.
There are a number of aspects of two bills that seem to me to be infringements on British freedoms of speech, free assembly and fair elections.