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Grantham Journal letter: Hospital building looks abandoned

Referring to page 17 of the Grantham Journal dated November 25, 2016, mentioning yet again the demise of 
Manthorpe Lodge, a more appropriate article ought to relate to the main hospital building in Manthorpe Road.

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Grantham Journal letter: A poem, ‘In Praise of Poppies’

I wish to thank Grantham people for their generosity during Poppy week.

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Grantham Journal letter: That’s enough of the platitudes

Grantham and District Hospital A&E overnight closure continues to feature both in the Journal’s reports and in readers’ letters.

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Grantham Journal letter: Thank you all for playing a part in Remembrance events

As parade organiser, I would like to thank the parade commander, Sqd Ldr R M Dodd from RAG Regiment Waddington, the parade marshall Mr W E Clark and all the standardbearers and escorts for attending all Remembrance time services as well as all organisations who took part in the parade.

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Grantham Journal letter: Save our hospital with a Tory no vote

It’s not stretching the truth too far to say that if a sack of tates stood in this area as a Tory candidate it would probably get elected.

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Grantham Journal letter: Grateful for care at hospital

Unfortunately I have not been well from some weeks.

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Grantham Journal letter: A great way to celebrate youth

I am delighted that The Boys’ Brigade will be involved in this year’s #IWill week, a campaign that champions youth social action where young people aged ten to 20 help others in their communities.

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Grantham Journal letter: Knitted poppies raise over £800

I would like to thank you all, on behalf of the Royal British Legion for your fantastic support in not only supplying the wool but also knitting the poppies and selling them for Remembrance Day.

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Dr Suneil Kapadia, Medical Director of United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust. EMN-160718-123342001

Grantham Journal letter: A few suggestions for the future of our hospital

Last Wednesday (2nd November) my wife Carol and I attended the ULHT meeting (or ‘Locality Forum’!) at Grantham Hospital, along with several key members of F4GH and several other Granthamians eager to hear further news regarding our hospital.

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Litter in Norton Street, Grantham.

Grantham Journal letter: I have cleaned the street myself

Having spent one hour and 10 minutes cleaning Norton Street top to bottom, I filled a bag of mixed rubbish and it took it to SKDC offices to give to Keith Rowe, head of street care services.

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Protesters outside Grantham Hospital.

Grantham Journal letter: A&E campaign will carry on

The recent demonstration of 6,000 people through the streets of Grantham, organised by SOS Grantham Hospital, and well covered by the Grantham Journal, showed the strength of opposition to the closure of the Grantham & District Hospital’s A&E Department at night.

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Grantham Journal letter: Take a moment to remember

While our battle to save our A&E and the NHS continues, can we take a moment as a community and think about the lives lost in order that we may live.

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MP Nick Boles

Grantham Journal letter: Wishing our MP a speedy recovery

May we all wish our elected Grantham & Stamford Member of Parliament Nick Boles a speedy and full recovery?

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Dr David Garrick

Grantham Journal letter: Thanks from family of Dr Garrick

I would like to thank all the friends and colleagues who supported me and my family following the death of my husband, Dr David Garrick.

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Fred Foster with his parents Hilda and Harry. EMN-160414-133717001

Grantham Journal letter: Not a dry eye in the house after talk

Here is a final update on the Fred Foster talk, by his son Steven, that took place on Saturday, October 15, at the Museum.

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Protest march through Grantham to highlight the closure of the A and E Department at Grantham Hospital    Amelia (8) and Henry Bennett (5) EMN-161029-180646009

Grantham Journal letter: Thanks for all your support on the march

SOS Grantham Hospital would like to say a huge thank you to everyone in our community who supported our Grantham Hospital A&E Protest March on 29 October and The Goose Fun Day fundraiser on 30 October.

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Grantham Journal letter: Thanks for all the donations

Hello supporters of your local foodbank.

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Grantham Journal letter: Plenty of money spent on wars

A recent report by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO), titled “UK non-humanitarian aid in response to the Syria conflict” provides a piece of irrefutable evidence of the cynical hypocrisy of our government’s ongoing war against our essential public services, such as Grantham’s A&E.

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Grantham Journal letter: Easy way to ease congestion

If you are crossing the road at a T-junction, then a motorist who is turning off the main road into the side-turning you are crossing has to stop, or they will run you over. You have right of way.

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Grantham Journal letter: Police should show that they care

I am old enough to remember when the police were part of the community, joining in events, taking a pride in their uniform and appearance.

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