Letters

I would like to offer Season’s Greetings to everyone in Fenland and wish you all a very happy Christmas and a prosperous New Year.

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Wisbech Lions Club would like to say a big thank you to the people of Wisbech and district who so generously gave donations at the recent Yule Fayre and the street collections.

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Like David Silver, I welcome the proposal for Wisbech to be put back on the rail network (letters, December 12).

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I am disappointed with Councillor Robert McLaren’s inaccurate comments in your December 12 edition.

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The homes proposed for Estover Playing Field is contrary to both the National Planning Policy Framework (NPPF) 2012 and the adopted Fenland Local Plan 2014, primarily because there is already a 60 per cent shortfall of ‘outdoor sport’ provision in March.

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Even if the proposed rail link between Wisbech-March-Cambridge is just a politically motivated pre-election pipe dream, it’s worth looking at the arguments of the experts supporting it.

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Wisbech Lions Club has now finalised dates and routes with Father Christmas and his sleigh for this year.

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March Christmas lights are once again shining with some wonderful new pieces including the March Narrowboat and the train named in honour of Gordon Blake, who generously left us a large legacy in his will.

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Councillor Steve Tierney was quite right in saying that “the worst thing is a politician who will say something and not carry it through” (November 28).

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It seems that nobody cares about ‘The Wisbech Disease’.

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UKIP leader Nigel Farage is the only party leader who talks positively about the working class.

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