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FORCES: Your help is needed now

SSAFA, the armed forces charity, has been providing vital support for our troops, veterans and their families for 131 years. Annually, it now supports over 60,000 people.

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DOGS: Free advice for families

DOGS: Free advice for families

Many of us either own a dog or will meet one when out and about.

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BELL-RINGING: Thanks for long service

BELL-RINGING: Thanks for long service

Mr Bill Hedley, during his career as a maths teacher at Cramlington High School, as a hobby taught bell-ringing.

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CYCLISTS: Never seen any trouble

CYCLISTS: Never seen any trouble

In reply to the letter saying cyclists are allowed on the Eve Black Walkway (News Post Leader, March 16), I suggest that you check the facts.

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ROAD: Lighting is required

ROAD: Lighting is required

I would like to support the comments made by Allison Horsman regarding the bad lighting on the A189 exit road for the Northumbria Emergency Care Hospital (News Post Leader, March 9).

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SIGNS: Annoyed by ‘graffiti’

SIGNS: Annoyed by ‘graffiti’

On my way home from work one evening recently – I reside in Northburn, Cramlington – I noticed a beer mat in the road.

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LEISURE: Left out of investment

LEISURE: Left out of investment

On October 5, last year Grant Davey, leader of Northumberland County Council, wrote to your newspaper in reply to several letters from Bedlington residents complaining about the lack of sports and leisure facilities in Bedlington and the vast sums being spent on Ashington, my letter being one of them.

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LIFEBOATS: Support is saving lives

LIFEBOATS: Support is saving lives

The committee of the Ashington Branch of the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) would like to thank the people of Wansbeck for their support in 2016.

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SCHOOLS: Lower the speed limit

SCHOOLS: Lower the speed limit

I live in Blyth and am a driver.

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BREXIT: We want our sovereignty

BREXIT: We want our sovereignty

So Mr Tony Blair, you are asking the public to “rise up and resist Brexit” because we did not know what was coming or what to expect.

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CYCLISTS: Please be considerate

CYCLISTS: Please be considerate

Whilst driving along Beresford Road in Seaton Sluice, about 100 yards before The Delaval Arms, the traffic flow was forced to slow down in order to overtake several cyclists.

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DEVELOPMENT: Community overlooked

DEVELOPMENT: Community overlooked

For those readers who do not know the Cambois and East Sleekburn area, it is a small village of approximately 500 homes, situated between the River Blyth and the River Wansbeck.

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BREXIT: Keep our NHS staff

BREXIT: Keep our NHS staff

A survey of European Union doctors by the British Medical Association has found that more than four in ten of them are considering leaving the UK in light of the EU referendum result.

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HOSPITAL: Worried about road

HOSPITAL: Worried about road

Whoever designed the slip road on the south exit on the A189 road for the Northumbria Emergency Care Hospital in Cramlington needs to go back to the drawing board.

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SERVICE: Example of excellence

SERVICE: Example of excellence

May I give a vote of thanks to the local Northumberland Fire and Rescue service, which was so prompt in answering my query and concern about the local fire hydrant being workable.

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PANTO: Brilliant job by all of you

PANTO: Brilliant job by all of you

On behalf of Blagdon Amateur Thespians (BATS), I would like to say thank you to all those who helped to make this year’s pantomime, Beauty and the Beast, such a great success.

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MAP: Town’s on the move

MAP: Town’s on the move

Judging by the map produced in the latest edition of Northumberland Labour News, the latest Grant Davey master plan seems to envisage Newbiggin-by-the-Sea moving to Guide Post.

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INVESTMENT: We must be positive

INVESTMENT: We must be positive

I am so happy to have read Ms Dobey’s letter about too much negativity around Bedlington improvements, (News Post Leader, February 16).

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ELECTION: Use your vote wisely

ELECTION: Use your vote wisely

First, I would like to point out I am of no political persuasion, but simply a concerned resident.

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ARCHITECTURE: Merits of County Hall

ARCHITECTURE: Merits of County Hall

A recent letter from Susan Starkie pointed out the architectural merits of the County Hall building at Morpeth, which is only 30 years old, (News Post Leader, January 5).

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