I would like to say my experience of ShapeYourPlace has often led me to wonder if the project was worthwhile.
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.”
Saturday, February 14, 2015 marked the end of an era for Chatteris.
A few weeks ago on a Saturday morning, we were travelling to Wisbech with our catering trailer full of food to the Saturday Wisbech Market for our first day of trading as a newly opened business.
In response to Richard Moore’s letter last week – guilty as charged M’lud!
After reading your article about the RSPCA not responding to a swan in trouble, I must say I’m furious.
NIMBYism raised its ugly head yet again last week at the planning meeting for Fengrain’s anaerobic digestion plant.
John Bennett-Collins has never lived close to a school, judging by his letter (January 30).
Richard Welford points out the problems with Economy 7, which is supposed to provide cheap electricity at night (Postbag, January 30).
I too would like to register my delight to the awarding of a 99-year lease to March Town Council for Estover Playing Field.
In the recent past there has been a real push to preserve and refurbish significant buildings in Wisbech.
The resale value of diesel engine vehicles is set to plummet.
I notice that there is a lot of agitation and a flurry of words about the recent apology with the Turing case and that he was punished for being gay.
Re the article in the Cambs Times on January 30 concerning Sainsbury’s Creek Road exit.
Local politics needs to change. People are losing faith in the political process. The system is failing us.