I found some accord with Edward Wheatley's letter in your columns, Lynn News, November 6.
It was with some interest I read your recent correspondence from the council staff who operate facilities on behalf of the Alive Leisure Trust.
So a school has banned Halloween. Hoorah! It is good to see a school taking a stand about yet another pointless ‘celebration’.
I writing in reply to Penny Snape’s letter in the Lynn News on October 23.
I would like to clarify points in the article “Downham school boss welcomes revised Ofsted rating after legal battle”, published October 29.
Well done Hunstanton for taking a gold in the national bloom awards.
After Lynn’s strange Saturday, Sunday’s BBC web news has an informative “Rising sea will flood homes”.
Before I retired I worked briefly at many manufacturing firms, and other organisations.
The old Post Office building in the heart of Lynn’s shopping area would make an excellent multi-storey car park.
Making Hardings Way Road into an all-traffic road won’t solve Lynn’s traffic problems when the council keeps building more housing around this road.
I went to the indoor boot sale in Hunstanton Town Hall where a gentleman, John Smith, had small wooden crosses of Remembrance.