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Grantham Journal column: Opening of new eye unit is a very positive development

Grantham Journal column: Opening of new eye unit is a very positive development

Grantham Journal column: Opening of new eye unit is a very positive development

27 December 2016

On Monday 5 December, the new ophthalmology unit opened its doors to its first patients at Grantham Hospital. This unit will provide much needed local access to eye patients in the Grantham and wider Lincolnshire area. The newly refurbished department was opened by the Mayor of Grantham who was given a tour of the department by the staff.


Then and Now: From the Ark to the Angel...

Then and Now: From the Ark to the Angel...

Then and Now: From the Ark to the Angel...

26 December 2016

Noah’s Ark was situated on the corner of the High Street and Vine Street.


Grantham Journal column: We’re pushing to get new complex built

Grantham Journal column: We’re pushing to get new complex built

Grantham Journal column: We’re pushing to get new complex built

10 December 2016

As we move into December there is no let up in the pace of what has been a hectic but productive year for Grantham and the surrounding area.


Grantham Journal column: Preserving the good in the old, encouraging the good in the new

Grantham Journal column: Preserving the good in the old, encouraging the good in the new

Grantham Journal column: Preserving the good in the old, encouraging the good in the new

03 December 2016

The Civic Society has had a good year with membership increasing to 161 and 187 people signed into our Facebook page.


Grantham Journal column: Government must be prepared to pay for NHS for ‘everyone’

Grantham Journal column: Government must be prepared to pay for NHS for ‘everyone’

Grantham Journal column: Government must be prepared to pay for NHS for ‘everyone’

20 November 2016

Margaret Greenwood Labour MP for Wirral West is due to present the NHS Bill for its Second Reading early in the new year.


Grantham Journal column: Why can’t we take a leaf out of recycling by those great Danes?

Grantham Journal column: Why can’t we take a leaf out of recycling by those great Danes?

Grantham Journal column: Why can’t we take a leaf out of recycling by those great Danes?

12 November 2016

For many years we are constantly told we must recycle to reduce waste with the government setting targets and local authorities investing huge amounts in the equipment to collect waste and local entrepreneurial firms like the Mountain family setting up recycling centres to turn waste into products for sale and reuse.


Grantham Journal column: We are working hard to broadcast what we have to offer tourists

Grantham Journal column: We are working hard to broadcast what we have to offer tourists

Grantham Journal column: We are working hard to broadcast what we have to offer tourists

05 November 2016

News that tourism in Lincolnshire was worth £1.34 billion last year has provided me with plenty of food for thought.


Grantham Journal columnist Coun Charmaine Morgan: A big move forward on dealing with planning cases

Grantham Journal columnist Coun Charmaine Morgan: A big move forward on dealing with planning cases

Grantham Journal columnist Coun Charmaine Morgan: A big move forward on dealing with planning cases

21 October 2016

After years arguing that there is an issue with the South Kesteven District Council planning process, I feel a breakthrough has finally been achieved. At this month’s Group Leaders’ meeting, it was agreed that in future if a planning officer is minded to ‘approve’ an application which a council member considers contentious then the case can be brought to the development control (planning) committee. Previously, the decision was down to the lead planning officer. Whilst the change will be monitored, it is a significant move forward.


Grantham Journal column: I’m immersed in cook books after routine visit to my doctor

Grantham Journal column: I’m immersed in cook books after routine visit to my doctor

Grantham Journal column: I’m immersed in cook books after routine visit to my doctor

16 October 2016

I had a routine blood test a few weeks ago and found that I had type 2 diabetes and my cholesterol reading was a bit too high.


Grantham Journal column: MPs must ask what it is their constituents really want

Grantham Journal column: MPs must ask what it is their constituents really want

Grantham Journal column: MPs must ask what it is their constituents really want

15 October 2016

This week the House of Commons held its first debate on the implementation of the people’s decision to leave the European Union.


Grantham Journal column: Hospital staff have ensured changes do not on patient care

Grantham Journal column: Hospital staff have ensured changes do not on patient care

Grantham Journal column: Hospital staff have ensured changes do not on patient care

25 September 2016

The temporary night time closure of Grantham A&E remains the focus of a lot of attention at the moment, and for good reason. We know how important the hospital is to local people and ULHT will continue to work hard in recruiting the staff we need to safely deliver services across all our hospitals. The department continues to provide a quality service to the patients who attend during the opening hours of 9am to 6.30pm.


Grantham Journal column: Shame on you for this division and fear

Grantham Journal column: Shame on you for this division and fear

Grantham Journal column: Shame on you for this division and fear

17 September 2016

With so many issues facing us at present locally it is hard to know where to turn.


Grantham Journal column: Post-Brexit, we will need to have control over UK immigration

Grantham Journal column: Post-Brexit, we will need to have control over UK immigration

Grantham Journal column: Post-Brexit, we will need to have control over UK immigration

10 September 2016

Although I voted for the UK to remain in the EU, I am determined to support Theresa May in her commitment to deliver Brexit.


Grantham Journal column: Council must show vision

Grantham Journal column: Council must show vision

Grantham Journal column: Council must show vision

27 August 2016

Planning Application S16/1810 for Highway works and Parks: The Poplar Farm estate is planned to be 1300 homes and a large roundabout access is required to Barrowby Road at its junction with Gloucester Road along with a “Ghost island” junction further towards the A1 which will connect to the Gladman Homes 300 dwellings development for which planning approval has now been given.


Grantham Journal column: A few minutes of your time could change our future

Grantham Journal column: A few minutes of your time could change our future

Grantham Journal column: A few minutes of your time could change our future

06 August 2016

There’s only a few days left to have your say on plans that could change this area for years to come. The devolution consultation that has been running since June, is nearly at an end, but you can still take part.


Grantham Journal column: Do I have a bag? Errr, do you have a minute to let me explain...

Grantham Journal column: Do I have a bag? Errr, do you have a minute to let me explain...

Grantham Journal column: Do I have a bag? Errr, do you have a minute to let me explain...

30 July 2016

A polite message to all bag-thrusting retailers – when I politely decline the bag that you automatically grab for my purchase, it’s not because I fear you may charge me.


Grantham Journal column: Town must retain A&E

Grantham Journal column: Town must retain A&E

Grantham Journal column: Town must retain A&E

17 July 2016

Having recently been taken ill in the early hours of the morning, I attended the A&E in Grantham Hospital. I was admitted and spent three days in hospital before being transferred to the Lincoln hospital for specialised treatment.


Grantham Journal column: Feelings really count

Grantham Journal column: Feelings really count

Grantham Journal column: Feelings really count

10 July 2016

Targeting an audience based on their feelings is nothing new. Marketing has long been a cross between business and psychology.


Grantham Journal column: I don’t feel Brexit will change things straight away

Grantham Journal column: I don’t feel Brexit will change things straight away

Grantham Journal column: I don’t feel Brexit will change things straight away

09 July 2016

I didn’t stay up to watch the referendum results on the television so I was surprised when I caught the 8am news and I couldn’t quite believe the country had voted to leave the EU, as I thought the ‘Remain’ would just pip ‘Leave’ past the post.


Grantham Journal column: It is time to unite in the best interests of the country

Grantham Journal column: It is time to unite in the best interests of the country

Grantham Journal column: It is time to unite in the best interests of the country

02 July 2016

Events since the EU Referendum vote have been fast-moving, and no doubt there will be new developments by the time you read this article. Nevertheless, I feel that, as someone who campaigned for a Leave vote, I would like to set out some thoughts below.


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