People do not forget acts of bravery. Fountain Gardens is named for the small drinking fountain that stands nearby and commemorates one such act.
In response to D. Hinchley’s letter (Do Your Job, July 15) migrant is a horrible word and easy to use as it classes people into a mass group.
With restrictions lifted may I use your newspaper to make a plea for people to continue wearing face masks.
It is a real shame that the historic Governor’s House in Newark Market Place looks like it is going to be empty.
A letter to Robert Jenrick: Under your stewardship this country appears to have lost all traces of a planning policy that benefits communities.
It is with great sadness that I read of the proposed felling of trees next to library in Newark town centre in order to create yet another carpark.
On Saturday, July 4, more than 200 migrants were rescued and brought to our shores.
Well done to everyone involved in organising Newark Book Festival.
Robert Jenrick said he would most likely not be wearing a face mask once restrictions are eased. I suggest this is sending out the wrong message.
Having seen the mis-handling of the Flowserve site by the district council, my mind turns to the social club and the sports played on the site.
I was interested to read Michael Knapton’s letter in relation to the council’s proposal to remove four mature trees to extend the London Road carpark.
I have noticed in hot spells dog owners dragging their dogs about in the heat of the day, without any water to drink.
Newark Dementia Carers’ Group would like to thank their president and her husband for holding and supplying the food for the group’s outdoor meeting
I wish to thank Karen, I believe a care worker, who came to my aid when I rather ignominiously sprawled over the pavement in Bullpit Road, Balderton.
The UK’s leading heart charity, the British Heart Foundation, wants to say thank you to all its fantastic shop volunteers, as part of Thank You Day.