I was in Chesham as part of the Liberal Democrat team that swept away a 16,000 Conservative majority in the parliamentary by-election.
What a wonderful act to pay for a defibrillator for Epic Golden Gloves boxing club — well done Jim Reynolds.
The Advertiser published an article on what is believed to be imminent works to extend London Road carpark through the removal of green space.
I had to respond to the heart-warming story of how boaters and ‘the lady on the bridge’ were instrumental in rescuing the cygnets for their parents.
I am astounded at the audacity of the district council in returning to plans to fell trees to create extra carparking, despite opposition last time.
I can remember the Home Secretary telling us anyone committing serious crime should be very afraid. Then what happens?
So the Travellers have nowhere to go again (Travellers Tell Council, ‘We’ll Consider Leaving’, Advertiser, June 10).
Can I pay tribute and give my thanks to those who throughout this pandemic have continued to empty our bins without missing a week.
Two weeks ago the Advertiser asked for donations of bikes for our charity to use to refurbish and provide to people who are struggling to get around.
Does anyone know what has happened to the shop on the corner of Appletongate and Bridge Street in Newark?
Since when did children, particularly teenagers, become invincible to cars?
Last year the government was slow in promoting the benefits of wearing face masks, but let’s not be one of the first countries to discard them.
Regarding the story about the bird murderers (Operation Sets Sights On Wildlife Shootings, June 3). It is terrible what they are doing.
Why are some diners insisting you can only eat outside if you order on an app?
The public overwhelmingly preferred a flyover scheme at the Newark cattle market island (Fly-over proposal preferred option for A46 Dualling).
The organiser of the ‘Normous Newark Autojumble at the showground on Sunday clearly didn’t expect so many visitors.
So, home-owners will face hefty fines if they do not replace their old gas boilers with expensive green alternatives, which can cost £10,000+.
Now we’re coming out of lockdown we still need to wear face masks in public and shops, wash hands and keep two metres apart.
I was saddened to hear of the senseless behaviour of an owl killing at Sconce and Devon Park (Operation Sets Sights On Wildlife Shootings, June 3).
Once again we have Newark and Sherwood District Council wasting money, taxpayers’ money, on an expensive scheme to try to revitalise our town centre.