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BOOKS: Spreading the joy of reading

Every year at the beginning of March schoolchildren mark World Book Day.

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BREXIT: Thousands of jobs are at risk

BREXIT: Thousands of jobs are at risk

The last time Mrs May saved her own job it cost us £1billion to Northern Ireland.

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BREXIT: A disastrous move for us

BREXIT: A disastrous move for us

Three weeks ago, I asked in your letters page our MP Anne-Marie Trevelyan to explain why she has chosen to ally herself with members of the European Research Group of MPs, led by Jacob Rees-Mogg, which wants to cut all ties with the EU.

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BREXIT: Less control after leaving

BREXIT: Less control after leaving

I note Jonathan Arnott’s latest attack on those who question the claims of Brexiteers (Northumberland Gazette, February 8).

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CLUB: Helping people 40 years on

CLUB: Helping people 40 years on

This month in 1979, the first meeting of the Alnwick Stroke Club met in St Paul’s Sheltered Housing, Prudhoe Street.

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SEATING: Not the way to approach it

SEATING: Not the way to approach it

I write regarding seating in stores for the elderly, disabled or just tired shoppers (Northumberland Gazette, February 8).

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BUSES: Service must be reliable

BUSES: Service must be reliable

I would like to make an urgent appeal to PCL travel, which provides the bus service from Rothbury to Alnwick.

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DEVELOPMENT: Going down wrong road

DEVELOPMENT: Going down wrong road

Conservatives have proudly announced in Northumberland News that the Local Plan Core Strategy is withdrawn.

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OBESITY: Need to get people moving

OBESITY: Need to get people moving

The news that one in three teenagers is overweight shows that we need to be doing more to encourage children to be physically active if we’re going to protect their health and the future of our health service.

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LONELINESS: Retailers can play a part

LONELINESS: Retailers can play a part

In this, our 50th year, Anchor recognises that loneliness is nearing epidemic proportions and is something which concerns the older people living with us.

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VETERANS: Searching for old comrades

VETERANS: Searching for old comrades

On behalf of the North of England branch of Korean Veterans, thank you for your help in the past with regard to tracing veterans of the Korean War.

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BROADBAND: We will go on even further

BROADBAND: We will go on even further

The Government’s announcement that superfast broadband is now available to 95 per cent of UK homes and businesses marks a major achievement for the North East.

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BREXIT: Many rights will remain

BREXIT: Many rights will remain

As far as I can tell, the bottom hasn’t fallen out of the world since the UK voted for Brexit – and nor will it.

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ROADWORKS: Closure could well be longer

ROADWORKS: Closure could well be longer

Talk about dualling the A1 has gone on for years and years.

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FORCES: Find savings from civilians

FORCES: Find savings from civilians

The Ministry of Defence is proposing to cut 2,000 Royal Marines and scrap the Royal Navy’s two amphibious landing craft.

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ROADWORKS: A job very well done

ROADWORKS: A job very well done

A few weeks before Christmas I wrote to the newspaper complaining about what I thought was a shoddy job of road re-surfacing in Alnwick, from the War Memorial down towards the Allerburn Lea estate entrance.

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RECYCLING: Pactical difficulties

RECYCLING: Pactical difficulties

I was interested to read the letter regarding plastic recycling, (Northumberland Gazette, January 25).

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APPEAL: Seeking volunteers

APPEAL: Seeking volunteers

I am calling on readers to join Marie Curie and help with the Great Daffodil Appeal 2018.

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ACCESS: Action has been taken

ACCESS: Action has been taken

I would like to take this opportunity to thank a few people, including Mr Kairns following his letter (Northumberland Gazette, January 25), and his last email to me, which was very kind and thoughtful.

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NHS: The pressure is mounting

The results of a recent survey carried out by the British Medical Association (BMA) reveal the extent to which rota gaps and the delivery of care in the NHS is getting worse.

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