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Crossing - Time to raise awareness

I wonder how long it will be before someone is seriously hurt when trying to use the crossing outside Stanhope Hall on Boston Road, Horncastle?

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Pantomime -Brilliant from beginning to the end

Just a note to say how much I enjoyed the pantomime at Horncastle Theatre.

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Pantomime - A real belly-busting show

Hats off to everyone involved in Puss in Boots. It was as a pantomime should be - a real belly-busting show to drive away those winter blues.

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Nostalgia - Skegness to Horncastle

I fondly remember the October 1, 1995 walking race among previous others, when Gladys Tingle came in 3 minutes ahead of me at 5hrs.10min, and she was 10 years older!

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NHS IN CRISIS: ‘We need national publicity of the issues we have campaigned on locally for years’ – your letters

NHS IN CRISIS: ‘We need national publicity of the issues we have campaigned on locally for years’ – your letters

We asked readers to write in with their own stories and suggestions about the NHS in response to our investigation this week.

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Abuse - Close loopholes to protect kids

In light of the football abuse scandal, our nation has had to face up to addressing a culture of abuse and lax safeguarding in sports clubs of all levels.

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Connections - Did anyone know Pat?

I am hoping some of your readers may be able to help me.

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Stage success - Laughed from start to finish

I would like to thank Horncastle Theatre Company for another brilliant production.

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Parking - Lack of consideration

I have lived in Bowl Alley Lane for 20 years and the massive increase in traffic at school time is unbelievable, as is the complete lack of consideration towards safety of children, other road users and residents by many car 
drivers.

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Parking - I walk to school

There used to be a scheme whereby you could get a token from school to park for free at Tesco car park.

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Referendum - Exciting time

Over the last week, Lincolnshire residents will recall local politicians putting their views forward as to whether Lincolnshire’s eight councils should be replaced by a unitary system.

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Sheep attacks Dogs should be kept under control

My heart goes out to yet another farmer who has lost his sheep through irresponsible dog owners.

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Lighting - Was there consultation?

It was reported in the Horncastle News last week that there is a plan to switch off nearly all of the town’s street lighting between the hours of midnight and 06.00. Whilst I cannot fault the idea to save money, I do take exception to the execution.

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LETTER: PM listened to our views

Prime Minister Theresa May has provided much-needed clarity in her Brexit speech where she set out the Government’s 12 negotiating objectives.

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LETTER: Priase for our gritting teams

It is all too easy to criticise the county council when it comes to keeping our roads safe.

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DUTY - My record of achievements

Following a request from Mr Barker during a Town Council Meeting to list three things I have done for the town, I am pleased to give a few examples.

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Food larder - Are we proud of our country?

I am writing in response to your front page article (Horncastle News, Jan 4) about the food larder.

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POSTMAN - Is it really winter?

Is it winter?

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COUNCIL TAX - Withholding some payment

Our council tax bills will be dropping through our letter box shortly.

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Food bank - Left feeling sad after article

Sad, sad, sad.

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