I write with reference to the social media post by a local councillor and has been mentioned in various national and local press.
Regarding the letter from Megan Brook regarding the plan to develop/reopen the Corn Exchange in Newark (Big Draw, News Views, January 20).
There have been some changes since you published my letter last September with a number of energy traders posing as energy companies failing.
How ironic that Nottinghamshire County Council paid for highways improvements to safeguard pupils at Suthers School on Fernwood Business Park.
Newark has a number of good independent shops.
I was shocked to see in the Advertiser that the causeway leading to the gatehouse is clearly contrary to the Disability Discrimination Act.
After the weekend’s blustery weather there is a lot of rubbish, such as bits of tree, lying around our roads network.
We have spent many years walking around Balderton Lake, enjoying the peace and tranquility and watching the many birds living on and around it.
I share the concerns of the writers regarding the proposal to allow kayaking on Balderton Lake and the impact that it will have on wildlife.
In what parallel universe does Balderton Parish Council live?
It is a sobering thought that many British Rail directors are among the highest-paid civil servants in the country.
I have been travelling with Travel Wright for over 30 years, I’ve probably been on nearly one thousand excursions with them.
The cattle market at Newark has sadly gone and all that remains is a pile of rubble.
I have to agree with points regarding the level crossing in Newark (Unlevel Crossing, News Views, January 27).
Each week in the Advertiser, Erin McDaid champions the case for wildlife.
I have walked around Balderton Lake for many years and I am shocked to hear of plans to ruin yet another beauty spot.
I wish to offer my sincere appreciation and gratitude to the two ladies and gentleman who came to my assistance.
If ever there was an example of shoddy workmanship then this has to be at the top.
I have just read the article about Balderton Lake and the proposals that have been agreed between Balderton Parish Council and the YMCA.
Thank you for featuring our campaign to protect the beautiful oasis that is Balderton Lake.