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BATTERY: Thank you for support

Massive thanks to everyone who came and supported Blyth Battery Volunteers’ Big Brew Up for SSAFA.

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BUSES: Left without transport

BUSES: Left without transport

I thank Ken Pattie for his response to my letter about buses (News Post Leader, October 13).

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FOULING: Please keep dogs on lead

FOULING: Please keep dogs on lead

Recently we noticed, during the day, that only two people kept their dogs on a lead while taking them out on exercise.

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TRAFFIC: Drivers with little respect

TRAFFIC: Drivers with little respect

It is becoming the norm to expect impatient drivers, who have either come off the A189 or from Bedlington towards Blyth and use the roundabout near ASDA, to go down the right-hand lane to go all the way around the roundabout to continue down Cowpen Road, adding to the traffic jam they have helped to create.

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LEISURE: A shadow of old centre

LEISURE: A shadow of old centre

It comes as no surprise that many of your readers are up in arms about the new prices for leisure centres in Northumberland, (News Post Leader, November 3).

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GROUP: Public’s been booted out

GROUP: Public’s been booted out

As independent members of the recently disbanded Bedlington Steering Group we would like to draw residents’ attention to recent events concerning the development of the town.

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APPEAL: Gifts are like ‘love in a box’

APPEAL: Gifts are like ‘love in a box’

Operation Christmas Child has been going for 26 years. A simple gift-filled box demonstrates our love for needy children overseas. We call it ‘Love in a Box’.

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CHARGES: Council lets us down

CHARGES: Council lets us down

I read with great interest some of the letters about increasing charges at leisure centres, (News Post Leader, November 3).

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THEATRE: Show was so professional

THEATRE: Show was so professional

I was at the Phoenix Theatre, Blyth, to see the Strut Dance Dream Show, and what a brilliant performance it was.

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ANTI-FREEZE: Take care for pet cats

ANTI-FREEZE: Take care for pet cats

My I appeal to your readers to take care when using anti-freeze.

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RESCUE: Car helper is a true gent

RESCUE: Car helper is a true gent

We would like to say many thanks to Pete, possibly from Newsham, Blyth, who came to the aid of our daughter Emma and our grandson Oliver on Sunday, October 30.

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EXHIBITION: Celebrating ‘best’ event

EXHIBITION: Celebrating ‘best’ event

Blyth Photographic Society (BPS) will be displaying images taken over the Tall Ships weekend at Blyth Sports Centre until the end of December.

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MEMORIALS: Help add the lost names

MEMORIALS: Help add the lost names

I am co-ordinating the missing names that need to be placed on the three war memorials at Blyth, Cowpen and Newsham.

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ATTACK: Young man saved dog

ATTACK: Young man saved dog

On Friday, October 21, at about 4.30pm, I was on Blyth beach with my dog, opposite the prom, when a Staffie started attacking my dog on his lead.

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CHARGES: A big step backwards

CHARGES: A big step backwards

I would like to congratulate Active Northumberland and the doctors’ surgeries in the area on their foresight in supporting the Healthstart/Healthquest programmes.

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CHARGES: Hitting those in most need

CHARGES: Hitting those in most need

I recently underwent two heart procedures at the Freeman Hospital where the staff were absolutely fantastic.

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CHARGES: This is not better value

CHARGES: This is not better value

I am responding to your article ‘Same price structure for county leisure’, (News Post Leader, October 27).

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CHARGES: Families will be priced out

CHARGES: Families will be priced out

I write with some despair of the decision by Active Northumberland to introduce price changes for all its members in Northumberland.

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CAMPAIGN: Support for research

CAMPAIGN: Support for research

I’m writing to thank your readers for taking part in the British Heart Foundation’s (BHF) Bag It Beat It campaign throughout September, helping to generate over a million bags of quality items nationwide for BHF shops and raise awareness of women and heart disease.

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FUNDRAISING: A vital part of ministry

FUNDRAISING: A vital part of ministry

Majors Alison and Jim Anderson and the members of the Salvation Army Newbiggin-by-the-Sea Corps would like to express their grateful thanks to all who supported their coffee morning.

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