Letters

A community group fighting to stop an anaerobic digester in Wimblington has been dealt the crushing news that the battle is over and Fengrain has won.

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Fenland District Council

In response to reports of the raid on a cannabis farm at Seabank Road, Wisbech.

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Facebook

It is obvious that, despite any tenuous connection with the Scottish First Minister, Ronald Coyne the Cambridge undergraduate who burned a £20 note in front of a homeless person is not Scottish.

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Cambridge

Break Charity provides a mentoring service across East Anglia to groups of vulnerable young people who access Break’s services, including Looked After Children, Care Leavers, and young people with disabilities.

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New figures show that more than £2.1 million of National Lottery funding was awarded across the East Cambridgeshire area in the last year alone.

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BBC

We have been asked if children can attend the community screenings of I Daniel Blake.

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LETTER: Stop droning on!

Sunday, February 12, 2017

I read with interest your article in the Cambs Times regarding UAV (drone - in this case), photography over March.

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LETTER: PCs aren’t shorter

Sunday, February 12, 2017

I notice in a letter from Councillor Alan Lay on February 3 that he is worried that, “very little policemen are seen on the streets”.

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Alan Lay

LETTER: Action is needed

Sunday, February 12, 2017

I am pleased to see there is to be a junction at Gaul Road with the town bypass but in my opinion the junction at Knights End Road is more dangerous as it is a T-junction and a crossroads.

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Tesco

LETTER: Hard in high office

Saturday, February 11, 2017

I find it hard to knock a person who is willing to take public office and I understand that at times such a person might be unfairly criticised.

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LETTER: Team work is key

Saturday, February 11, 2017

It would seem from last week’s headlines that Cllr Steve Tierney was instrumental in scuttling the Selective Landlord Licensing scheme.

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Steve Tierney

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Saturday, February 11, 2017

I am pleased to see there is to be a junction at Gaul Road with the town bypass but in my opinion the junction at Knights End road is more dangerous as it is a T junction and a crossroads.

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Tesco

LETTER: Lucky for some...

Saturday, February 11, 2017

How lucky Professor Brian Ford is to be living in or near Eastrea with seven buses a day.

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I wasn’t at all surprised to see that Conservative councillors disliked the idea of rogue landlords being forced to make their properties decent.

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LETTER: How kind..

Sunday, February 5, 2017

How kind of Mr. Higgins to get his knickers in a bunch about my loss of dignity.

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What a mischievous little journalist you have in the penning of the piece ‘Pay hike for finance chief’ in this week’s Wisbech Standard.

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It is with great sadness, but little surprise, that I heard of Councillor Alan Lay’s censure by the “independent” disciplinary committee which oversees conduct by councillors.

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Alan Lay

It would seem from last week’s headlines that Cllr Steve Tierney was instrumental in scuttling the Selective Landlord Licensing scheme - the scheme being designed to protect tenants from the bad Landlords of Wisbech.

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Steve Tierney

There are many principles with which all local politicians should agree, if they want to do their very best for the town and its residents and I fully support all those listed in the letter - Positive Way Forward?

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Virginia Bucknor

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