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Letters: Slim Wilkinson, April 21, 2017

Seldom have I been so despondent and truly astonished at the decision taken by the borough council’s cabinet in not recommending awarding Mick Wright the Freedom of the Borough.

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

Letters: Brian Baylis, April 21, 2017

I am disgusted over the decision not to give ex-Linnet player Mick Wright the Freedom of the Borough for the lengthy term he served King’s Lynn Football Club and not getting so much as a single booking and/or injury.

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A green wheelie bin - Jonathan
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Letters: John Hawley, April 21, 2017

On page three of the Lynn News, April 14, you published in item about recycling, and in particular the green bin.

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Field of tulips at Gayton Rd East Winch

Letters: Gill Blood, April 21, 2017

Earlier today we took a weekly trip to the tulip fields near East Winch to take some photos.

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King's Lynn Railway Station. Picture taken from the level crossing.

Letters: Brian Baylis, April 18, 2017

I travelled by train to Lynn and was sad to see just revenue staff and a contract cleaner on the railway station there.

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Jobcentre

Letters: John Smithee, April 18, 2017

Jobcentres should give warnings to claimants who are late or miss their appointments rather than stop their benefit payments, according to a new report from a committee of MPs.

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Is this a taster of the traffic congestion this summer? Traffic chaos on the Hardwick Roundabout on Friday morning.

Letters: Deborah Holman, April 18, 2017

In less than a month before the Norfolk County election you provide one candidate – Alexander Kemp – with a front page exclusive (Friday, April 7)!

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Is this a taster of the traffic congestion this summer? Traffic chaos on the Hardwick Roundabout on Friday morning.

Letters: Vernon Moyes, April 18, 2017

While it is good to know that someone at Norfolk County Council is thinking about Lynn, a park-and-ride solution is not the best way forward.

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The 'abandoned' roadworks on London Road.

Letters: Kevin Waddington, April 18, 2017

At the time when Norfolk County Council (NCC) had a consultation regarding the levels of toxic vehicle emissions on London Road, and were proposing to divert buses across Harding’s Pits,

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Liz Truss MP for South West Norfolk at the 'Lynn News' offices.

Letters: David Fleming, April 18, 2017

Some months ago I wrote in these columns wishing the Rt Hon Liz Truss MP well on her appointment as Justice Secretary and hoped the lady would not end up broken-hearted like her predecessors in this department, and the Home Office beforehand.

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Construction activity on part of the proposed Willows incinerator site at Saddlebow, King's Lynn.

Letters: Kevin Wilson, April 14, 2017

I was very interested to read Councillor Alexandra Kemp’s park-and-ride proposal from the Willows site. However the statement that really grabbed my attention was buy opponents to the scheme stating: ‘’The scheme would require substantial financial investment.”

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Cycle together event from Park House Sandringham
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Letters: Rob Archer, April 14, 2017

Whilst I share the concerns raised by the bus companies and Cllr Alex Kemp about congestion in King’s Lynn, I don’t think a park-and-ride scheme is the answer, particularly not for the proposed site in the south of the town, which already has good public transport links.

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Letters: Chris Smith, April 14, 2017

Letters: Chris Smith, April 14, 2017

I’m quite amazed that Norfolk County Council and its local council representatives decided to carry out major works on the A 149 at Thornham when the schools close for Easter and the holiday season starts.

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Roll of Honour 1914-1919 remembering the men of Lynn who fought in the Great War. Book kept on display in the Regalia room at Lynn town hall.

Letters: Ellee Seymour, April 14, 2017

I am researching a book on the subject of the Gallipoli campaign and the impact this had in Sandringham after “the King’s men” fought and died; it is one of the most harrowing war stories of all times.

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Gibraltar depicted soon after seizure by the British in 1704. Note the Union flag. It remains a British territory to this day despite Madrids persistent demands for the Rocks return to Spain.

Letters: Nick Vinehill, April 14, 2017

Now that Article 50 has been triggered it hasn’t taken long for the gung ho eurosceptic brigade to sabre rattle about the need to defend Gibraltar from an illusionist military attack by Spain as it provides a very convenient diversion from the inconvenient economic truths the triggering will now reveal.

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Lynn News Hustings at COWA
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Letters: Jo Rust, April 11, 2017

I’ve always enjoyed writing letters. When I was a child I always had a pen friend to write to.

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Wellingborough Prison closed in 2012.

Letters; WJ Blundell, April 11, 2017

After the tragedy in Westminster the Prime Minister heaped praise on our emergency services and rightly so.

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Grassroots Out: Wellingborough: MEP Nigel Farage , Peter Bone MP for Wellingborough, Tom Pursglove MP for Corby and East Northants, walkabout in Wellingborough to publicise the Grassroots Out - EU referendum 

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Letters: Mike Larcey, April 11, 2107

There is a phrase that has come to my attention recently to describe Brexit based on the BBC drama Evelyn Waugh’s Decline and Fall and it is Flail and Decline.

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The Rt.Hon Baroness Shephard of Northwold

Letters: Rosalind and Keith Buckie, April 11, 2017

Regarding the Lynn News story about traffic lights at Station Street junction, Swaffham.

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Letters: Steve Lund-Beck, April 11, 2017

Now that the demands for an increased council tax are arriving, it is time now to look at the amount of council officials and decide if they represent value for money.

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