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Letters: Wendy Twite, February 21, 2017

Anthony Bowen’s (Juggling Jim’s) farewell funeral service at Lynn Minster was amazing with the bells ringing half-muffled as people streamed into the church, which was decorated with colourful ribbons and balloons.

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Letters: Steve Lund-Beck, February 21, 2017

I would respectfully suggest to the president of the district Trades Union Council that she presented a rather rose-tinted view of the conduct of the trades union since the time of Mrs Thatcher.

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Letters: Edward Wheatley, February 21, 2017

Letters: Edward Wheatley, February 21, 2017

I am assuming that Ms Sue Dockett (Lynn News, February 10) is too young to have experienced the ’50s and ’60s and this accounts for her somewhat defective analysis of the fundamental causes of the problems we are currently undergoing due to excessive immigration.

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Nelson Academy Downham Market

Letters: Mary Urry, February 21, 2017

I agree entirely with Mr Bulley’s story in the Lynn News regarding cars parked on blind bends near Nelson Academy.

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East of England Ambulance Service NHS.

Ambulance on an Emergency call in King's Lynn

Letters: Name and Address Supplied, February 17, 2017

Last year, following a blood test at my local surgery, I was found to have a potentially serious medical condition. Thanks to prompt action by my GP and the subsequent preliminary investigations and treatments I received from my GP’s practice in Downham and from the consultants and staff at QEH in Lynn, I was sent to Addenbrooke’s at Cambridge for radiotherapy for four weeks, five days a week. At the end of all this I was pronounced as cured.

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F-35B Lightning makes a maiden appereance over RAF Marham.

Letters: Iain Craig, February 17, 2017

Just a short follow-on point to Dan O’Connor’s excellent informative letter regarding the financial woes of our NHS. (Letters, February 10).

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QEH open day

Letters: WJ Blundell, February 17, 2017

There were some excellent letters in Viewpoint, Lynn News, February 10, regarding the NHS crisis.

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QEH open day

Letters: Richard Merrison, February 17, 2017

The National Audit Office has reported the failure of a scheme by the Department of Health and NHS England which was to integrate health and social care allegedly to save money and cut the rise in hospital admissions.

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Photographer Peter Rye new calendar for 2013

Letters: Alan Kew, February 17, 2017

On travelling into Lynn I have noticed at different locations posters advertising a funfair, taking place in Tuesday Market Place from February 14.

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Peregrine Trophy Winner16. The Peregrine Trophy awarded to the section or unit submitting the best portfolio of six prints (black and white and/or colour) of Service-related subjects.

Sponsor: Calumet.


Sub Lieutenant Ruairi Holohan RNR, talks to some migrants picked up by Bulwarks LCU. Ruairi is a Royal Navy Reservist based at HMS Hibernia and has deployed onto Bulwark as a French and Arabic translator.

Letters: Simon Wilson, February 17, 2017

We in West Norfolk Liberal Democrats are appalled that both our local Conservative MPs Sir Henry Bellingham and Liz Truss have voted to end the Dubs scheme allowing unaccompanied child refugees from Syria safe passage to the UK.

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A new Ambulatory Emergency Care department has been opened at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, King's Lynn to try and help ease the burden on the Accident and Emergency department.

Letters: Edward Wheatley, February 17, 2017

The two fine letters in your February 10 edition regarding the calamity that has overtaken the NHS in general and our local hospital in particular excellently sum up the situation and indicate where the problems lie, but fail to suggest a solution.

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Lorne Green from Snettisham, who is standing for Police and Crime Commissioner.

Letters: Lorne Green, February 17, 2017

I have cast my eagle eye over the Big Eye in the Lynn News, February 14. Thank you for observing that this PCC is “ever-beaming”.

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Eton College

Letters: Malcolm Cox,February 17, 2017

Congratulations are due to Edward Wheatley for his latest (mid-January) blast, albeit a bit of a footnote on the NHS.

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A Wisbech to March railway line is shown in a rail aspirations diagram.

Letters: Brian Baylis, February 17, 2017

In the first February issue, two correspondents, David Silver and Mark Burton, rightly asked about the Wisbech Rail Link and funding.

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Manor Road Heacham Residents angry about the state of the road 
It is a bridleway and has a sign up saying Residents Access Only but it is continually being used by everyone as a short cut to Hunstanton Road at one end and A149 at the other.

Looking onto the A149 showing the pot holes in the road

Letters: Anne Milner, February 17, 2017

How I sympathise with the residents of Manor Road.

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Some of the large amounts of rubbish which has be dumped around the woodland area surrounding Bawsey Lakes

Letters: Gordon Eagle, February 17, 2017

As regards recycling and the cost to the council, the council could do three simple things which would encourage better recycling of waste materials.

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Advertising colleagues Kate Hutchison and Katie Rudd outside of the Lynn News front office which will be opening again.

Letters: Wendy Twite, February 14, 2017

It’s great news that the Lynn News reception desk is open again.

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Letters: Jo Rust, February 14, 2017

Dear name and address supplied, (Letters, Lynn News, February 7) it’s good to see that you’ve been taking an interest in the feelings of the local community that you live in.

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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: David Mills, February 14, 2017

In response to Mr Lund-Beck’s letter​ (February 3,​ “migration has a high price”) it seems yet again the popular press and probably the like​s​​ ​of Farage have persuaded people like Mr Lund-Beck to believe it is the fault of citizens from t​he EU​​ ​which ​is​ the reason why the NHS ​​and state education are​ not functioning as they should be​.

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JPET etc Magazine feature on Peru by Nature Trek, Hampshire

Letters: G Thos King, February 14, 2017

Whilst I sympathise with Robert Raab’s letter (Lynn News, February 3), regarding the continuing loss of rainforests and wild land, he should be aware that the world is run by greed not need.

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