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Letter: I Christie, August 4, 2017

Letter: I Christie, August 4, 2017

Letter: I Christie, August 4, 2017

04 August 2017

I write to beseech us all to revise our thinking and to take back control, not of the sovereignty that we had never lost, but of sense and decency.


Letter: G Sadler, August 4, 2017

Letter: G Sadler, August 4, 2017

Letter: G Sadler, August 4, 2017

04 August 2017

A few weeks ago I happened to have my regular taxi to take me home after a couple or so pints.


Letter: August 4, 2017

Letter: August 4, 2017

Letter: August 4, 2017

04 August 2017

This prolonged theory of ‘footfall’ and the resurgence of business in Lynn is, frankly, worrying.


Letter: Steve Mackinder, August 4, 2017

Letter: Steve Mackinder, August 4, 2017

Letter: Steve Mackinder, August 4, 2017

04 August 2017

In the Lynn News, July 21, a letter from ‘name and address supplied’ complains that most of the contributors to the page have a world view extracted from Tory supporting tabloids.


Letter: Kevin Waddington, Aug 1, 2017

Letter: Kevin Waddington, Aug 1, 2017

Letter: Kevin Waddington, Aug 1, 2017

01 August 2017

The council claims that the need to open up Harding’s Way to all motor traffic stems naturally from its plan to build 460 flats in the Boal Quay area.


Letter: Mr and Mrs Foster, August 1, 2017

Letter: Mr and Mrs Foster, August 1, 2017

Letter: Mr and Mrs Foster, August 1, 2017

01 August 2017

Hedgehogs have been voted our most favourite wild animal. We have all seen these busy little friendly creatures lying on the side of roads when they have lost their encounter with a car.


Letter: Tod Bradbury, August 1, 2017

Letter: Tod Bradbury, August 1, 2017

Letter: Tod Bradbury, August 1, 2017

01 August 2017

During the summer period, there are often alarmist stories of gulls “attacking” people which inevitably lead to calls to cull them.


Letter: Jo Rust, 28 July, 2017

Letter: Jo Rust, 28 July, 2017

Letter: Jo Rust, 28 July, 2017

28 July 2017

I read with a wry smile the letter published in Friday’s Lynn News, July 14, from name and address supplied.


Letter: Richard Merrison, July 28, 2017

Letter: Richard Merrison, July 28, 2017

Letter: Richard Merrison, July 28, 2017

28 July 2017

The letter in Friday’s Lynn News, July 14, “More money is promised”, by name and address supplied, raised a number of points which are misleading.


Letter: David Holland, July 28, 2017

Letter: David Holland, July 28, 2017

Letter: David Holland, July 28, 2017

28 July 2017

It’s hard to understand if the anonymous letter writer from Friday, July 14 ,believes that more money is promised for education. And harder still to believe they do.


Letter: Peter Smith, July 25, 2017

Letter: Peter Smith, July 25, 2017

Letter: Peter Smith, July 25, 2017

25 July 2017

I cannot let RB Mortimer get away with his comment that “it was the Labour Party that created the austerity problem when they left the country with billions of pounds of debt”.


Letter: W J Blundell, July 25, 2017

Letter: W J Blundell, July 25, 2017

Letter: W J Blundell, July 25, 2017

25 July 2017

There was an excellent letter from Brian Baylis in Viewpoint, July 4. He states Henry Bellingham MP must think we came in on the last shower when he claims MPs must listen to constituents.


Letter: Keith Leedell, July 25, 2017

Letter: Keith Leedell, July 25, 2017

Letter: Keith Leedell, July 25, 2017

25 July 2017

Is the new train timetable of ten minute longer journeys really going to cost the local economy £35 million and turn people away from Lynn as stated by several of our local leaders?


Letter: Karl Rands, July 21, 2017

Letter: Karl Rands, July 21, 2017

Letter: Karl Rands, July 21, 2017

21 July 2017

In reply to the letter from Vicky Fairweather dated Friday, July 7.


Letter: Vernon Moyse, July 21, 2017

Letter: Vernon Moyse, July 21, 2017

Letter: Vernon Moyse, July 21, 2017

21 July 2017

When I saw the Lynn News headline, “The rush hour is getting slower”, July 14, I was stuck in traffic and crawling back home.


Letter: Name and address supplied, July 21, 2017

Letter: Name and address supplied, July 21, 2017

Letter: Name and address supplied, July 21, 2017

21 July 2017

After recent letters from local readers, I feel I must add my views of Hunstanton.


Letter: Warren Jones, July 18, 2017

Letter: Warren Jones, July 18, 2017

Letter: Warren Jones, July 18, 2017

18 July 2017

I regularly use the lake at the now derelict Leziate Country Club, Sailing Club.


Letter: Mike Larcey, July 18, 2017

Letter: Mike Larcey, July 18, 2017

Letter: Mike Larcey, July 18, 2017

18 July 2017

One of the real treasures of the UK is freedom of the Press. We have different newspapers promoting different perspectives.


Letter: Jane Dearling, July 18, 2017

Letter: Jane Dearling, July 18, 2017

Letter: Jane Dearling, July 18, 2017

18 July 2017

The Harding’s Pits Community Association (HPCA) is completely opposed to this proposal and asks that Harding’s Way is not, under any circumstances, changed from its present status as a bus, cycle and pedestrian-only route to allow access to all vehicles.


Letter: Michael Brindle, July 18, 2017

Letter: Michael Brindle, July 18, 2017

Letter: Michael Brindle, July 18, 2017

18 July 2017

The afternoon concert in Tuesday Market Place on Sunday, July 9, was amplified to a level that represented a hazard to the hearing of those who attended and a serious noise nuisance to those who live nearby.


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