I am writing in reply to L. Bennet’s letter Time To Reconsider Pets Policy (News Views, July 21) in relation to St Leonard’s Trust’s no pets policy.
It is wrong to refer to the new road to the south of Newark as the Southern Link Road or imply it will have significant impact on traffic congestion.
This government is asking people not to put in for pay rises. But if you are in the civil service it does not apply.
Being apolitical in a number of ways, I am glad that I do not have to vote for one of two people who may become the next Prime Minister.
I must confess that I was rather sceptical about placing a huge sandpit in Newark Market Place. How wrong I was.
Following the Boycott BP Extinction Rebellion protests, I would like to explain why we feel it is necessary to take this non-violent direct action.
A poem about returning to normal after the covid restrictions.
Cycling along Bede House Lane, Newark, I stopped to chat with two council workers who were clearing the wildflowers from the cracks in the pavement.
The council leader said that he was genuinely sorry for the £500,000 cost of the council’s u-turn over a proposed carpark extension.
I would like to say a heartfelt thank you to the two lovely ladies and gallant gentleman who picked me up when I fell in Newark Market Place.
When David Cameron was Prime Minister I wrote to him on the topic of values and standards of the country and, by implication, those of his government.
Working in environmental campaigning for many years, I’m truly shocked by how campaigners are treated.
Thank you for publishing the report of our police and Crime Commissioner’s conviction for speeding.
We are being told to go all electric. What a joke this is.
In this very hot weather, it’s more important than ever to be mindful of the amount of water we use, while continuing to stay hydrated and safe.
It was a good article on the return of the Hoveringham Mammoth, to its original site (Mammoth Back On Old Stomping Ground, Advertiser, July 7).
To be a Prime Minister must be such fun, you can say what you like, and it will get done.
I love the idea of Newark-on-Sea. Hopefully, it will bring people into town.
I remember Balderton lake as just a quarry pit we use to stare at through the school fence, never anticipating the impact it would have on my life.
I have been intrigued to see the references to Royal Newark in Bloom in the Advertiser on several occasions recently.