Letters

But you’ve got to admire any octogenarian who turns up and pitches in with manual labour for Peterborough Internal Waterways Association clearing the banks of the Horseway arm of the Forty Foot.

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Peterborough

One development is John F Kennedy Court. There is black mould in some of the flats and Roddons do not want to know but it is all right for a young lady and her children to pay Roddons £100 per week for sub standard housing.

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I have read with interest and a little envy, the good news about the huge expansion plans for Wisbech and the creation of a ‘development corporation’ for the town.

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Peterborough

The silence is deafening. In vain I have looked for the past two to three weeks for any reference to the Sainsbury’s debacle.

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Sainsbury

Included in this ‘new vision’ was a fantasy 10 point guide outlining the impact of the plan on the wider community. Here is a more realistic 10 point guide on the impact of the plan.

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European Union

People who come here to work from abroad integrate in the workplace and their children integrate with other children at school.

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United Kingdom

I would like to praise the quick reactions on the stagecoach route 35, bus driver, whos actions clearly prevented a serious accident on Wednesday (January 27).

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If his pub had been owned by a national company in the middle of a thriving village and he wanted to change it to a convenience store then no problem.

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Sue Stavers, head of housing services for Circle Housing Roddons, said: “Our residents’ health and well-being is our top priority.”

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Salvation Army

Like Prohibition in 1920s USA, the illegalisation of drugs has created a bonanza for drug dealers and a gigantic pyramid selling operation where drug takers become petty dealers themselves to fund their habit.

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United Kingdom

Roddons knew of this issues, and have done so for many a month, more like years. One wonders what they have been doing, turning a blind eye?

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Norwich

You will find the Byall Fen Drove Road leaving Manea is to be closed for six weeks from February 1 to rectify the road edge damage caused by the Mick George trucks transporting gravel from the Manea extraction site.

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I read the recent report of increased drug Dealing in March being discussed at the community forum with great interest.

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The time has long since passed when councils can absorb these cuts without affecting essential and very visible services.

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Fenland Council

The last time we had a reunion for our year group was 1988, which is when this photograph was taken.

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Reference the decision not to go ahead with car parking charges in Fenland.

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John Clark

As there are no immediate plans to solve the problem of Welney Wash I suggest that some local farmer with a suitable tractor and an adapted trailer could start a ferry service.

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Anglers have a chance to join the annual Marie Curie Predator Cup later this month.

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History tells us of many empires that have come and gone down the ages.

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European Union

A group of us from Wisbech attended the Straw Bear Festival Parade in Whittlesey on Saturday (our 21st time) and left with mixed feelings at the end of the day.

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