Readers’ letters features in Lancaster Guardian, April 12
Lancashire County Council leader Geoff Driver CBE has been underfire over plans to shake-up County Hall. Here he explains the steps he is taking to change the authority.
The following people were dealt with at Lancaster Magistrates Court:
If music was the food of love, then I’d be a fat romantic slob.
The hot topics that have caught your interest this week are: Morecambe Town Hall, streets full of weeds, Bury Market, car parking, nucelar power and Brits abroad
This week’s hop topics: banned from public toilets, cycling on pavements, planning democrarct, crematorium music, road safety, Austrlain plea, bus services
This week’s letters discuss: dangerous cyclists, demise of Labour Party, planning democracy, power of strikes, environmental benefits
As a cheeky little detour away from Italy, I’d like to share with you a quick holiday I took to Corfu.
The hot topics of the week are: student accommodation, caring councillor, kite festival, charity skydive, The Most, traffic measures, Battle of Britain
The week’s hot topics: fracking, Armed Forces Day, housing crisis, Bare Festival, GP receptionists, hospital infections, homelessness, Friends of Williamson Park
The hot topics of the week were: the TTIP trade deal, rural broadband, traffic tailbacks, Macmillan volunteers, simple pleasures, men’s health
The week’s hot topics: college job cuts, fracking, dangerous cyclists, speed cameras, the Queen’s visit, secret trade deal, charity challenge and parking charges,
I thought that the article (Lancaster Guardian, May 28) about me was accurate – Mayor’s Green Queen shoe clean dream.
Lawson’s rocking horse above a burger bar – neigh (Iconic horse sign set to swing back into view, May 21).
The Lancaster Guardian dated May 21 includes an interview of David Morris MP by Greg Lambert. Mr Morris is reported as saying that he decided not to visit Morecambe Bay Foodbank because “the foodbank is set up and run by Labour”.
We would like to say a big ‘thank you’ to all those people in the Skerton West and Skerton East wards who voted for us in the Lancaster City Council election on May 7.
In David Morris’s interview in your paper he lays out his plans for the future of Morecambe and Lunesdale. The Green Party believe that they are not the way forward in 2015.
I’m sure many of the readers still remember when John Bishop and his crew took over the Grand Theatre and adjoining car park for about a week to film Panto a few years ago.