Letters

Britain has decided - and that was a democratic decision, whether we like it or not.

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European Union

I would like to strongly make my views known about the behaviour of Nicola Sturgeon, the first minister for Scotland.

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European Union

I would just like to reply about the last letter from Erbie Murat

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Garry Tibbs

Once again Fengrain Limited are using up the valuable resources of both Fenland District Council and the Secretary of States Inspectorate, which means they are also using the ever depleting financial resources of these departments.

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Fenland District Council

Elm Parish Community Speedwatch making you and your family safer in Elm, Friday Bridge, Coldham and Ring’s End are asking do you want to help reduce excessive speeding?

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Armed Forces day in Wisbech was well supported on Sunday in Wisbech Market Place, with lots of organisations marking the day with respect, and with a great deal of voluntary effort that was lost on Wisbech Town Council.

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Wisbech Town Council

I was born and bred in the Wisbech area and spent the first 18 years on my life living in Friday Bridge - educated at Friday Bridge junior school- then on to the now re-badged Queen’s School for boys - after spending a couple of years in London - I have been living in Sydney Australia for the past 43 years.

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Australia

I read your article with regards to Councillor Lisa Duffy working with the police in Wisbech and her views on immigration.

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NHS

Here we go again, many years ago a group of people: Jill Freud, Duncan Boughton, Ann Chambers, Tom Jones, Bertha Cordell, George Acton and myself Margaret Carver met in the George Hotel in Doddington.

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Peterborough

LETTER:

Saturday, June 25, 2016

I am part of the Sheringham Carnival Committee (North Norfolk) every year on the Tuesday of our annual carnival we hold street races and last year the best overall in the street races was won by Andrew Hircock and Ben Groves of Wisbech.

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In an effort to communicate with our constituents we carried out street surgeries, knocking on doors, street by street over four years in our Waterlees Village ward.

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Alan Lay

If we are to encourage cyclists to use the roads, we need to make the roads safer and more welcoming. Much of this can be achieved by reducing the speed of traffic. Where there are 20mph limits in place, there is no excuse for cyclists to use pavements.

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