Re: Mrs Reynolds’ letter of 7th June, the letter had more holes than Stan Ogden’s wash leather!
In response to the letter from Mrs J. M. Reynolds entitled Accurate’ Account of Meeting (7th June), I write to correct the inaccuracies in her letter.Mrs Reynolds says:
Dear Anston electorate.
Core Strategy – what does this really mean to you and me?
Over the past three weeks, I’ve read the articles about transport.
Can someone please explain to me why, when I understand there is already a fully-equipped Travellers’ Site in North Anston near to the refuse site (and which I also understand has never been used) we need another site in Kiveton?
Bassetlaw’s mobile market plan generates carbon, morning and night, three days a week as they set up and then take down the stands.
How much more of Worksop are Notts and Bassetlaw councils going to destroy first?
As a regular reader of the Guardian, I agree with the gentleman about the memorial garden, it is so well looked after.
The removal of Councillor David Pressley as Cabinet Member for Community Prosperity, which included Chairman of Planning, is, in my opinion, a serious error of judgement on the part of the leader of Bassetlaw Council and his adviser whose decision it was.
Interesting that the Conservative coalition’s idea of repatriation of power from Brussels does not mean Fishery, Agriculture, Energy or Employment policy but the freedom to send arms to civil war participants in the Middle East.
I read your column and had a good chuckle. This week was no different as the lorry drivers got some stick. And yes I am a lorry driver one of 500,000 PROFESSIONALS who use our roads 24/7 to make deliveries on behalf of our employers who in turn respond to the wishes of their customers who want shops regardless of where they are, so sooner or later conflicts will happen between delivery vehicles and motor car drivers.
In response to the article in the Dinnington Guardian 24th May.
The recent meeting of Anston Parish Electors resulted in two letters, one from Mrs Susan Darker and the other from Valerie Sheldon Ennis.
I wish to exercise my right of reply to the factually incorrect letter that you published by Mrs Sue Darker.
I read with some interest the letter from Mrs Sue Darker, Guardian 17th May, and yes it was the first time she has attended any meeting.
In your article of May 13th, “Deprived Dinnington is Cleaning Up Its Act”, seems to me to prove just how out of touch our local councillors are with reality in the Dinnington area.
It is now evident to readers of our local paper that Alec Thorpe is one of those Conservatives who seems to have a real difficulty with being contradicted.
I am a regular visitor of these toilets everyone is talking about and on a Wednesday, due to having to take medication (water tablets) which means I have to go to the toilet regular, everytime I have used the toilets, its seems there are a few people who cannot hit the bowl and regularly see urine on the floor near the toilet bowl.
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