I would echo the views of Michael Briggs (Listen to Voting Public, News View, April 22). Many in Newark will share these views.
Considering the trouble the district council went to to preserve the Robin Hood Hotel, I am not sure that they know what standards Robin stood for.
Staff at Iceland, off London Road, Newark, should be commended for their work in maintaining a super clean environment around their store.
Mr Southgate demonstrates the validity of scepticism in regard to the fashionable hypothesis that carbon-based fuels is the cause of global warming.
Reading the story of Castle Station crossing being blocked is surely the best reason for not moving the police station to Castle House.
Having read Michael Briggs’ letter, I am confused. Should we vote or not vote in the upcoming county council elections?
It was concerning to see Newark and Sherwood District Council’s decision to approve the retrospective application by its own development company.
Whenever there is an election approaching party representatives send literature and knock on your door saying how wonderful they are.
Regarding Newark Police Station re-locating to Castle House at a cost of £1m, could that money be used to cut crime or pay for more officers?
Before everyone gets excited about the elections, we should congratulate the district council on setting the fifth highest council tax bill in the UK.
The proposal of moving Newark Police Station became public knowledge in August and was opposed by many, and their views were not listened to.
What a distressing revelation I had on visiting the bowling green on Beaumond Gardens, Newark.
We have just witnessed a parking ticket being given to a lady for parking for five minutes on a single yellow line.
Regarding the rights for women to be safe on the streets and in their homes, the law and courts need to change.
It would appear that Newark Police Station will move further away from the population it is meant to serve.
I can understand why H. Jowett would be upset by the findings of the survey on medical abortions. The results were presented in such a way to do that.
Well done Mr Bartlett on the letter regarding the state of the town centre (Urgent Life-saving Surgery Needed, News Views). I totally agree.
I have no objections to cyclists on our roads, however, it saddens me to see a designated path for cyclists ignored.
In reply to Paddy Tipping’s comments about improving cyclists' safety, cyclists are putting drivers at risk by not wearing high-visibility clothes.
Newark Dementia Carers Group thanks Waitrose, Asda and Mrs P. Richardson for their kind donation of Easter eggs to the group members.