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Letters: Brian Baylis, May 23, 2017

I read with extreme interest the report inTuesday’s Lynn News (May 16) that Norfolk police caught a reported 1,600 motorists speeding in April, but what I would like to see is a breakdown as to where exactly. The reason I ask is that of recent weeks, the only police cars seen in Downham area have all been parked up outside the police station, and for the first time in ages, one was actually seen with ‘blues’ showing on the A10 tonight when my wife and I were on our way out for the evening.

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Queen Elizabeth Hospital - King's Lynn

Letters: Name and address supplied, May 23, 2017

I do not normally write to my local newspaper, but a recent visit to Lynn’s Queen Elizabeth Hospital has left me angry and upset.

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Letters: Edward Wheatley, May 19, 2017

Like I suspect many other members of the working class I would like to return to voting Labour.

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Pedestrian killed on the junction of Norfolk Street and Railway Road, King's Lynn.

Letters: Les Goodwin, May 19, 2017

There have been two fatal accidents at the crossing between Railway Road and John Kennedy Road fairly recently.

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Willows Business Park Saddlebow, King's Lynn

Land in the foreground is the proposed site for the incinerator

Letters: MG Little, May 19, 2017

As chairman of King’s Lynn Without Incineration (KLWIN) I feel that I must respond to the critical letter from Mr Robert Raab regarding KLWIN’s position on the fate of Norfolk’s residual waste.

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Theresa May delivers a key Brexit speech at Lancaster House, London about Britain and the EU, January 17 2017. The widely leaked speech set out the Prime Minister's intention to prioritise control on immigration and an exit from the Court of Justice of the European Union.

Letters: Jack Morton, may 19, 2017

Are your readers aware that the moment Theresa May wins her expected landslide victory, she plans to introduce a free vote on a bill to reprieve the Hunting with Dogs Act? The fact that one of their first acts in power is to introduce this barbarous act into our countryside against the express wishes of 78 per cent of the population says a lot about their priorities.

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Queen Elizabeth Hospital - King's Lynn

Letters: Richard Parr, May 19, 2017

Like your recent correspondent, the Rev John Garfoot (Lynn News, May 9) who celebrates his 101st birthday on June 15 and is a truly remarkable man, I too can only speak most highly of the medical treatment and care I have received, both as an in-patient and an ongoing out-patient, at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King’s Lynn.

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GV Photo of Greenpark Avenue, North Lynn 
Leading to Lynnsport from Columbia Way

Letters: Sue Bruce, May 16, 2017

No one believed that the borough council would ever build on Lynnsport, they thought the council saw it as a flag ship for Lynn and, like residents, valued it for what it was, a beautiful tranquil park.

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Olympic legend Linford Christie brings his popular Street Athletics event to Lynn's Tuesday Market Place for 60 metre sprint heats. Linford runs with Kayla Waller (4)

Letters: Linford Christie, May 16, 2017

A few weeks ago I turned 57, placing me firmly in two risk categories for prostate cancer.

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Theresa May delivers a key Brexit speech at Lancaster House, London about Britain and the EU, January 17 2017. The widely leaked speech set out the Prime Minister's intention to prioritise control on immigration and an exit from the Court of Justice of the European Union.

Letters: Malcolm Cox, May 16, 2017

A brief response to Lloyd Diggines (April 24). I must admit, Lloyd, that I am surprised you have revived this issue and your second paragraph screams out “Methinks he doth protest too much” (Hamlet, William Shakespeare).

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Very old Posters found by RGR Ltd Developments while working at No 1 High Street King's Lynn
LtoR, Ryan Rix and Gary New from RGR Ltd Developments, with the poster and wallpaper

Letters: Dick Smith, May 16, 2017

Regarding the article published in the Lynn News, May 2, about a poster uncovered at 1 High Street. I was told Thews printed the Lynn News and believe it was quite a big concern housed in the whole block on Saturday Market corner, which is now about four shops with offices above.

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Stradsett Country Show, Stradsett Park

Letters: John Croote, May 28, 2017

May I appeal to the owners of classic and vintage motorcycles that exhibited their machines at the Stradsett show to come along to the Hilgay show being held Saturday and Sunday, August 5 and 6, and, of course, any other owners would be most welcome.

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Very old Posters found by RGR Ltd Developments while working at No 1 High Street King's Lynn
LtoR, Ryan Rix and Gary New from RGR Ltd Developments, with the poster and wallpaper

Letters: Julian Litten, May 12, 2017

Come on, Lynn News! How embarassing that you have to ask for details of 1 High Street and James Dyker Thew (Lynn News, May 2), for Thew was not only a general printer but also the publisher and printer of the Lynn News & Advertiser.

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Letters: Barry Tomlin, May 12, 2017

Letters: Barry Tomlin, May 12, 2017

Having made a complaint to the relevant authority in March 2016 about chronic dog fouling on pavements in the Everards, Lynn, I am pleased to say that Andy Nederpell and his Neighbourhood Nuisance team responded to my initial complaints with great effort of monitoring and marking to great effect.

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Prime Minister's Theresa May canvassing in Eastbourne East Sussex 4 May 2017

Letters: Jo Rust, May 5, 2017

Lloyd Diggines claims his respect and admiration for Theresa May and the Queen are evidence that he’s not a misogynist; I’d suggest rather that it’s evidence of his respect for the established order.

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The Bridal Shop

A short time ago local businesses were asked to vote whether they would pay an extra levy to the council for the BID, an idea that with increased revenue it could generate more business and shoppers in the town by way of promotions, events etc.

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Northamptonshire County Council says 82 per cent of pupils received their first-choice secondary school place.

Letters: Bryan Howling, May 5, 2017

Recently school spending has been in the news with much ado about prospective funding and the fear of cuts in budgets with the usual speculation that this will bring about cutting of teaching posts.

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Willows Business Park Saddlebow, King's Lynn

Land in the foreground is the proposed site for the incinerator

Letters: Robert Raab, May 5, 2017

I’m replying to Dr MG Little letter (Incinerator: Danger of revival remains, Tuesday, April 25).

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Letters: Mark Orton, May 5, 2017

I am in broad agreement with Mark Bullen “ Downham is overlooked”, April 25, regarding the lack of a specific national coffee chain in Downham, however I would mention that the recently refurbished Greggs in the Wales Court shopping area is most definitely worth visiting.

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Sports awards night at Kings Lynn Corn Exchange
Lifetime Achievement Award Mick Wright

Letters: Keith Rudd, May 5, 2017

I have to say the letter from Alderman Wilkinson summed up the present council leader’s draconian behaviour towards the Mick Wright, Freedom of Borough application, quite succinctly.

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