Letters

It was July 1971 when the Admiralty stopped the rum ration in the Royal Navy.

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Regarding the street light issue of which I have very severe concerns.

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The Rotary Club of March wholeheartedly backs the ‘Have a Heart’ campaign and applauds mayor, Councillor Rob Skoulding, for his support on this worthy effort for the town.

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Last weekend my wife and I were guests of our friends Councillors Alan and Brenda Lay.

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Alan Lay

Regarding the Sling The Mesh campaign which opposes the use of all TVT meshes, may I add a personal observation.

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It is a few weeks since the Wisbech South by-election for Cambridgeshire County Council. I would like, again, to sincerely thank all those who voted for me.

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Cambridgeshire County Council

Industrial agriculture is one of the most unsustainable practices of modern civilization.

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It has come to my attention that Councillor Dave Patrick, a UKIP parish councillor, sent an abusive message to a member of the public, David Gutteridge.

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Fenland District Council

You may be interested to know that a little over three weeks ago, the owner of the plot at 25 Acacia Grove, March, told me that work would be starting to finish off the project.

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March

There seems to be some people who are mistakenly supportive of the Tory budget when it was actually yet another attack on working people and young people.

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David Cameron

So, the decision on whether or not to build on the soggy Showfields in Whittlesey will be made next Wednesday.

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Martyn Lancaster was correct in his summing up of the atrocious decision of Fenland District Council to allow the building of 30 houses on good quality arable farmland at the end of Berryfield, March (Postbag, July 10).

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Fenland District Council

To combat flooding, the Environment Agency suggests raising the floor height of the proposed 220 houses in squelchy Showfields, Whittlesey.

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Environment Agency

I and many Whittlesey residents are intrigued by the words attributed to Colin Gale in your article where he confirms that the local Labour Party were the ones that called the Whittlesey by-election.

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Fenland District Council

Fear is driving Wisbech Town Council to fell trees in the Market Place. Why?

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Wisbech Town Council

There are 10,000 people living with dementia in Cambridgeshire but we know that many of them aren’t receiving the help they need.

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Having been involved with Rose Fair on many different levels, it gave me great pleasure on Saturday, together with MP Steve Barclay, the mayor and mayoress and the deputy mayor, to judge the floats in 54th Rose Fair parade.

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Our local MP, Steve Barclay, was recently seen pushing himself to the front of a photo opportunity for what was supposed to be about Anglian

Water’s new apprentice scheme.

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In regards to Councillor Paul Clapp’s letter last week, ‘hypocritical Tories now propose 20mph limit’, I must complain about what the letter suggests and about the tone used.

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