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Disappointed more floats were not in carnival parade

Travelling into Grantham, there were signs saying there would be travel delays due to a carnival on June 17.

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Peter Clawson.

Grantham Journal column: ‘Boy racers’ keeping people awake at night

All around Grantham, people are being kept awake night after night by what used to be called ‘boy racers’.

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Grantham Journal letter: Our unashamed opposition to Trump’s visit has scared him away

Grantham Journal letter: Our unashamed opposition to Trump’s visit has scared him away

With regard to Peter Clawson’s column (Journal, June 16, 2017), I’d like to offer the following response.

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Artists at the Morphic exhibition in St Wulfram's Church.

Grantham Journal letter: What talented artists

I was in St Wulfram’s admiring the works of Morphic, a collective of local students from Grantham College of Further Education.

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Grantham Journal letter: Dementia tax is not a new issue

Grantham Journal letter: Dementia tax is not a new issue

The dementia tax may have shaped the general election campaign, but it’s not a new issue.

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Jeremy Corbyn

Grantham Journal letter: Corbyn would not make a good PM

I was speaking to a ‘Corbynista’ friend of mine recently, who also happens to be a graduate and member of ‘Momentum’, and he almost convinced me that their ‘it’s not fair’ policy nearly won the recent election for them.

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King's School students took part in a mock election ahead of the General Election  on June 8.

Grantham Journal letter: Surprising to see so many King’s boys voted Tory

It was interesting to read in last week’s Journal about the ‘mock election’ held recently at the King’s School.

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Accident and Emergency at Grantham Hospital

Grantham Journal letter: I’ve pulled through thanks to being at Grantham Hospital

An open letter to health secretary Jeremy Hunt:

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Grantham Journal letter: Newspapers are fantastic source for historians

Looking at page 18 of the Journal (May 26, 2017), I see the advertisement from 168 years ago for W. N. Tollerton, on High Street, Grantham. General Dyer, Scourer, Calico-Glazer and Hot Presser!

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Grantham Journal letter: I was not contacted despite microchip

Two things have come to my attention over the last three weeks that have given me concern and distress.

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Grantham Journal letter: Losing seats might prompt Tories to support NHS

John Morgan claims that our Independent candidate in the general election will not save services but may make cuts to Grantham Hospital more likely (Journal, May 26, 2017).

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Grantham Journal letter: Adults cycling on pavements should not be tolerated

I read with interest your letter from ‘aggrieved cyclist’ (Journal, May 26, 2017).

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Dr Tariq Mahmood

Grantham Journal letter: Independent would fail to save hospital services

The candidate in your front page article in last week’s Journal (May 19) was wrong.

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Grantham Journal letter: Intolerant couple should be educated on cycle rules

Grantham Journal letter: Intolerant couple should be educated on cycle rules

May I through your letters column point out to the extremely intolerant couple I had cause to engage with on Sunday morning?

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Barry Dagger

Grantham Journal letter: Name next street after Dagger

On the occasion of his 80th birthday, isn’t it time Grantham recognised world rifle shooting champion Barry Dagger’s achievements?

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Ray Wootten

Grantham Journal letter: Should we have to pay to see a GP?

This week will see the British Medical Association call to impose a charge for NHS patients to seek a consultation with their local doctor.

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Grantham Journal letter: Call for charities to step forward

Sainsbury’s Local Charity of the Year scheme is back for the ninth year and the Grantham store is calling for local charity nominations to be its flagship local charity for the next year.

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Grantham Journal letter: Pride in the choir at St Wulfram’s

Last Sunday, my wife Carole and I were invited to the mayor’s thanksgiving service at St Wulfram’s Church and couldn’t help but be impressed by the excellent standard of our church choir.

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Grantham Journal letter: I don’t appreciate being bothered on my own doorstep

Is anyone else being bothered almost weekly by a Jehovah’s Witness on their doorstep?

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Grantham Journal letter: Please consider the residents when you park in our street

Once again I am witnessing mothers parking on the corner and on the paths of Turnor Crescent, making it difficult for residents to both manoeuvre off their drives and out of the cul de sac safely.

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