I must take issue with the content of the article 'Trains being missed due to missing bridge at station' (Lynn News, December 20).
I envy the people of North Norfolk who have elected a local man to replace the excellent Norman Lamb as their MP.
Like millions I have a sense of relief that the country has been spared the ruination of Marxist governance.
Proposals to relocate St James House surgery has to be taken in context against the NHS five year plan and the Sustainable Transformation Partnership.
I was on my way out for a couple of hours and upon reaching Downham Market station, the barriers of the level crossing were down.
A motion will be debated at council in Town Hall to commit the council to plant 150,000 trees, that’s one fir each resident.
I read with interest the letter (Lynn News, November 26) regarding King’s Lynn parkrun and the writer's advice to anyone responding to correspondence.
Nobody won that first glorified General Election leadership TV debate and nobody will in others before the General Election.
As predicted in my original letter, cue the response from a detractor, in this case a Kevin Howlett.
I reply to the Viewpoint recently regarding Hardwick road cemetery from a Jayne Green.
We are sure that we join thousands of West Norfolk people who want to warmly thank Sir Henry Bellingham for his loyal service to this constituency.