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Letters: Sue Goldsmith, June 30, 2017

Letters: Sue Goldsmith, June 30, 2017

Letters: Sue Goldsmith, June 30, 2017

30 June 2017

I would like to add my comments to the gentleman’s letter about unhelpful bus drivers on the North Lynn 2 service.


Letter: Gerry Byrne, June 27, 2017

Letter: Gerry Byrne, June 27, 2017

Letter: Gerry Byrne, June 27, 2017

27 June 2017

The main reasons for me for the Conservatives’ poor showing in the election were, do not unleash on the public a manifesto not tested with your ministers and do not keep repeating the same mantra over seven weeks, especially when you are being ridiculed for it.


Letter: Karen Kjolsen, June 27, 2017

Letter: Karen Kjolsen, June 27, 2017

Letter: Karen Kjolsen, June 27, 2017

27 June 2017

I heartily agree with your correspondent, Anne Milner, Lynn News, June 20, about the way Hunstanton is going downhill.


Letters: John Smith, June 27, 2017

Letters: John Smith, June 27, 2017

Letters: John Smith, June 27, 2017

27 June 2017

I read with amazement the letter from Anne Milner, from Heacham, that she has been in the area for 30 years and does not know who was Henry le Strange, the founder of New Hunstanton, especially as the le Strange family was responsible for many of the iconic buildings in the town.


Letter: Warren Jones, June 27, 2017

Letter: Warren Jones, June 27, 2017

Letter: Warren Jones, June 27, 2017

27 June 2017

It is that time of the year when people seem to consider the trespass onto private land and use of facilities not belonging to them is their right.


Letters: Ross Pooley, June 23, 2017

Letters: Ross Pooley, June 23, 2017

Letters: Ross Pooley, June 23, 2017

23 June 2017

Boris Johnson as our next leader? Really? What an embarrassing disaster that would be.


Letters: John Croote, June 23, 2017

Letters: John Croote, June 23, 2017

Letters: John Croote, June 23, 2017

23 June 2017

Yet again the footpaths around the Wiggenhalls and beyond are so overgrown that it takes a determined effort to negotiate with grass, nettles, cow parsley ect at shoulder height.


Letters: Michael Harvey, June 23, 2017

Letters: Michael Harvey, June 23, 2017

Letters: Michael Harvey, June 23, 2017

23 June 2017

Many thanks to the Good Samaritan who was walking her dog in Reffley Wood on Tuesday, May 30 with her friend.


Letters: Sir Henry Bellingham

Letters: Sir Henry Bellingham

Letters: Sir Henry Bellingham

23 June 2017

First of all, I would like to say a huge thank you to the 29,408 people who voted for me on June 8.


Letters: Jo Rust, June 20, 2017

Letters: Jo Rust, June 20, 2017

Letters: Jo Rust, June 20, 2017

20 June 2017

I would like to give my heartfelt thanks to the 15,620 people of North West Norfolk who voted for me in the General Election.


Letter: John Filowiat, June 20, 2017

Letter: John Filowiat, June 20, 2017

Letter: John Filowiat, June 20, 2017

20 June 2017

Initially I was going to write a letter of congratulations to the council for finally extending the no drinking zone in Lynn to include Kettlewell Lane park near where I live.


Letter: Anne Milner, June 20, 2017

Letter: Anne Milner, June 20, 2017

Letter: Anne Milner, June 20, 2017

20 June 2017

I have read the article about the statue of Henry le Strange and the argument as to which way he should face.


Letters: Jon Seymour, June 20, 2017

Letters: Jon Seymour, June 20, 2017

Letters: Jon Seymour, June 20, 2017

20 June 2017

When I switched on the television last week to see if there were any updates on the tragedy that befell London in the early hours of the morning, I had to change channel after a few minutes.


Letters: Nick Vinehill, June 16, 2017

Letters: Nick Vinehill, June 16, 2017

Letters: Nick Vinehill, June 16, 2017

16 June 2017

The remarkable aspect about why many Tories old and young are now attacking the current embattled Tory Prime Minister Theresa May for conducting a poor election campaign three years early is they never realised it was not supposed to be a democratic campaign.


Letters: David Fleming, June 16, 2017

Letters: David Fleming, June 16, 2017

Letters: David Fleming, June 16, 2017

16 June 2017

In the Lynn News, June 6, I wrote in these columns highlighting several areas where the Conservatives could be vulnerable at the General Election and how it might work against Mrs May.


Letters: Iain Christie, June 16, 2017

Letters: Iain Christie, June 16, 2017

Letters: Iain Christie, June 16, 2017

16 June 2017

So now we know where we stand, without knowing where we stand. A conundrum for our times.


Letter: Paul Smith, June 16, 2017

Letter: Paul Smith, June 16, 2017

Letter: Paul Smith, June 16, 2017

16 June 2017

I would like to thank the lady who warned me the bus I was attempting to get off was at least a yard from the pavement.


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