Your Say

Your Say

Grantham Journal letter: Wow, what a night! Thank you

May I thank everyone concerned with the Mayor’s Charity Show which took place in the Guildhall theatre on March 10.

Your Say
Muddy verges outside Tesco, in Harrowby Lane, Grantham.

Grantham Journal letter: Motorists alone are not to blame – lorries are as bad

In the Journal (March 3), regarding the muddy verges outside Tesco, a Tesco spokesman said: “We always encourage customers and colleagues to park appropriately and we offer our customers a car park.”

Your Say 1
Up to 480 homes could be built on this site at Manthorpe.

Grantham Journal letter: Developer should realise wretched houses are not wanted or needed

Despite the fact that their ill-conceived proposals to build a large housing estate at Manthorpe were comprehensively rejected by the South Kesteven District Council’s development control committee, it nevertheless appears that Larkfleet & Co are to appeal their decision.

Your Say 4
Letter

Grantham Journal letter: Support WASPI campaign

It was good to see the recent story in the Journal (February 17) about a group of women fighting back against the Government’s despicable changes to state retirement age.

Your Say
Letters

Grantham Journal letter: How can PCSOs help community if they cannot be contacted?

Why is so difficult to contact a PCSO?

Crime 2
Ben Bradley

Grantham Journal column: We will not accept downgrade of services at Grantham’s A&E

This week, Radio Lincolnshire are holding live debates across the county about our healthcare and the upcoming Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP) for our NHS services.

Your Say
A&E, Grantham Hospital

Grantham Journal letter: One complaint ULHT? Very funny

Yes ULHT, I know you have been well aware of the distress your actions have caused by making Grantham Hospital your whipping boy and trying to dismantle it, stealing our doctors and facilities.

Your Say 1
First World War soldiers from Corby Glen.

Grantham Journal letter: Can cousins contact me for war project?

I read in the Grantham Journal (February 17) the story about the First World War soldiers from Corby Glen.

News
Space exploration at Woolsthorpe Manor. Pictured: Eddy Brown and Leo Worth

Space exploration at Woolsthorpe Manor

Woolsthorpe Manor was a star-gazer’s paradise during last week’s half-term break.

News
Letter

Grantham Journal letter: Compassionate hospital staff at Grantham

On a Sunday afternoon a few weeks ago I was feeling rather poorly with a very high temperature.

News
Letter

Grantham Journal letter: Pothole damaged car

Last week (Journal, February 10) you ran yet another article about potholes and where to report them.

News 1
The mess in Keats Avenue outside the Tesco Express store.

Grantham Journal letter: Verges outside Tesco are a mess!

I am disgusted by what I see on the junction of Harrowby Lane with Keats Avenue, where Tesco is.

News
Letter

Grantham Journal letter: No cash spent here on potholes

Your article re potholes (Journal, February 10) brought a wry smile to my face for several reasons.

News 1
Letter

Grantham Journal letter: It is consumers who must stop plastic production

Many readers will share William Ockleshaw’s proverbial concerns about the adverse effects which plastic can have upon the environment (Journal letters, February 10).

News
Watergate car park, Grantham

Grantham Journal letter: To turn car park into housing estate would be daft

What is wrong with South Kesteven District Council (SKDC)?

News 3
A bridge strike at Barrowby Road in Grantham.

Grantham Journal letter: Poor signage is to blame, not drivers

Further to the article in the Journal (February 3) entitled ‘Give us power to fine drivers who hit bridges’.

Your Say 3
Mayor of Grantham Linda Wootten

Grantham Journal letter: We have a duty to spend wisely

I wish to comment on Mr Taylor’s letter entitled ‘Budget should not have been cut’ (Journal, January 27).

Your Say 1
Letters

Grantham Journal letter: Giving to charity shops made hard

I am just wondering, in a time when we are encouraged to give to charity, why I am made to feel guilty each time I try and donate my unused items to the local charity shops.

Your Say
Accident and Emergency at Grantham Hospital

Grantham Journal letter: There is an acute GP shortage

The letter in the Journal (February 3) about having GPs do a session in A&E has a big flaw in it, that there is an acute shortage of GPs in Grantham.

Your Say 1
Letters

Grantham Journal letter: Remembering Gonerby

Recently, looking through a bag of Grantham books I found ‘The History of Gonerby Hill Foot and its School’ written by Ruth Crook and Barbara Jefferies, to mark 100 years of the school.

Your Say
Load more