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We don’t have services to cope

I used to volunteer in a food bank in the Midlands.

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Gritters - Praise for our gritting crews

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

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Appeal - Can you help with knitting?

I am writing to ask readers who enjoy knitting to support SPANA’s ‘Big Knit for Vet Kit’ fundraising campaign this January and February.

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Councils - Why do we need them all?

Congratulations to Coun Leyland for being so honest about the uncertain future of district councils in this country.

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Councils - We need to see changes

Thank you for the article highlighting my question to Coun Craig Leyland, leader of ELDC in last week’s paper.

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Car damage - More visible sign needed

I can understand the anger of Peter Foster suffering damage to his car after he drove into a warning pole in the Stanhope Hall car park.

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Infrastructure - County ripe for development

I write regarding the very interesting article in the Horncastle News about a ‘Gateway to the East Coast’.

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Sea cadets - You could make a difference

Have you made your New Year’s resolution yet?

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Pot holes - Road left to deteriorate

Further to the story you published in the Horncastle News on December 7, I’d like to let you know about Poolham Lane.

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Lighting - A paper trail is more effective

You recently published an article about the state of street lighting in Horncastle.

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Concert - Result of much hard work

An encouragingly large audience found their way to the Christmas concert of Horncastle Choral Society, which had chosen the challenging task of performing excerpts from Bach’s Christmas Oratorio.

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Well done - A really hard act to follow

What a great pity that councillors Fiona Martin and Sandra Campbell-Wardman are stepping down from Horncastle Festivals Committee.

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PRESCRIPTIONS - A complete rethink needed

Congratulations. At last the voice of reason.

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Lighting - I do hope path’s lights stay on

I rang the council in October and again a few weeks ago to say how unsafe it feels to walk through the path between Tesco and Prospect Street in the dark.

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Thanks - Event was truly spectacular

We came back after 48 years to visit Horncastle’s Victorian Christmas Market with our daughter-in-law and two grandchildren.

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Lighting - Action spurred on council

May I thank the Horncastle News for highlighting the problem with the footway lights between Prospect Street and Tesco car park.

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Appeal - Could you be a volunteer?

As the new year approaches, I am writing to ask if your readers would like to volunteer with Leonard Cheshire.

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Armed forces - Young veterans need help, too

SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity, has been providing vital support for our troops, veterans and their families for 131 years and is the oldest, national military charity in the UK.

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Memorial - It should be pride and joy

My wife and I have just returned home after a few happy days in Woodhall and Horncastle, revisiting places we knew years ago and letting nostalgia take over.

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A158 - Seize the day

The subject of traffic on the A158, and in particular the traffic delays in both Horncastle and Wragby, is in the news.

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