As a result of the Chatteris Music Society Concert, featuring The Band of The Queen’s Division, £2,000 has been raised for the military charities SSAFA and CaMUS.
As known, Whittlesey is to lose a car park because of some daft idea to move the bus stop from the market place. We can’t wait – NOT!
I would like to share with your readers Patsy Brewin’s sincerity and generosity in support of our almost 84-year-old Borough of Wisbech fire engine, Vivien.
I think it apposite that the same edition of the Standard carries both a request that people recycle more and a letter from Brenda Lay asking people to distribute leaflets.
I write with regard to the proposed development of the Showfields site in Whittlesey.
I write with the utmost annoyance at the amount of cyclists on the road at night with NO LIGHTS!
On two occasions in the past four weeks I’ve watched fully-grown men somersault over the bonnet of my car.
With pundits describing the forthcoming general election as the lottery election I am sure there are many voters like me who are confused as to how to vote this year.
It has come to my attention that our MP, Steve Barclay, is taking an awful lot of credit for things that he has not actually had any involvement in.
At last – a March councillor (Peter Tunley) has the courage to air his opinions about overdevelopment of March, its bad drainage system and medieval infrastructure (Postbag, March 13).
I learned this week from one of my ward members in Alpha Street, March, that he and his family will finally move back into their home next month after being moved into temporary accommodation following the floods last August.
Enough already! Another proposal for a large scale housing development in Whittlesey.
As this is a district council election year, UKIP is very keen to ensure that we have as many candidates standing for election as possible.
In your Voice of the Fens on march 6, you made comment about the possible changing face of local politics.
Farming practices must change. It’s no longer about sustainability, it’s about regeneration.
Who on earth did the measurements from the junction at Broadend Road for the new supposed safety signs!?
Twelve years ago, when Patrick O’Dell was mayor of Wisbech, he expressed the most serious concerns about the market place when he said: “What a mess.”
I would like to say my experience of ShapeYourPlace has often led me to wonder if the project was worthwhile.