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Appeal - Can you help with knitting?

I am writing to ask readers who enjoy knitting to support SPANA’s ‘Big Knit for Vet Kit’ fundraising campaign this January and February.

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Dog fouling - Time to walk pets elsewhere

After allowing myself to study and digest the contents of the headline and the following gripe by Caistor town councillor Clive Rudd in last week’s Market Rasen Mail, I came to my own conclusion regarding those people who allow their pet dogs to run completely wild on someone else’s land.

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MP - There’s always another way

The coming of the new year brings, as ever, new challenges matched with opportunities.

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Hospital - Care received was excellent

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Sea cadets - You could make a difference

Have you made your New Year’s resolution yet?

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Council - We’re taking positive steps

I should start by wishing everyone a happy New Year.

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PRESCRIPTIONS - A complete rethink needed

Congratulations. At last the voice of reason.

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Appeal - Could you be a volunteer?

As the new year approaches, I am writing to ask if your readers would like to volunteer with Leonard Cheshire.

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Hedgehogs - Please help pair if you can

Having been given the green light and the blessing of my next door neighbour, may I, through the pages of our Rasen Mail, bring home a subject that, for many of us, is a complete unknown in the constituency of Caistor and the surrounding area.

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Development - I hold out little hope for future

I read with interest the story in last week’s Rasen Mail concerning future developments for the area.

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The Red House Farm Industrial Estate. The proposed mast will be built behind the tall trees on the left hand side.

Phone mast - It will make eyesore worse

I write regarding plans for a new mobile phone mast in Ludford.

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Farming - Honoured to open facility

As one of the most agricultural counties in England, it is vital that we here in Lincolnshire make sure our young people develop the skills and experience that will help secure the future of English farming.

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Lions club - We can make a difference

Market Rasen Lions will be out this December with a Santa sleigh, travelling through local communities to spread Christmas cheer and bring Santa to your streets and door steps.

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Bypass - We need relief road to south

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Armed forces - Young veterans need help, too

SSAFA, the Armed Forces charity, has been providing vital support for our troops, veterans and their families for 131 years and is the oldest, national military charity in the UK.

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Brexit - A small price to pay for exit

A great many constituents have written to me to voice their outrage over the court decision regarding Parliament and leaving the European Union.

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Study - Sign petition to fix homecare

I would like to ask for your readers’ help in improving the lives of the 11,000 people with dementia in Lincolnshire.

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Remembrance - Turnout was exceptional

Market Rasen Town Council would like to convey its thanks to everyone involved in this year’s remembrance parade.

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Devolution - Only 17 out of 36 councillors voted in favour

It was a hollow victory for the Conservative leadership when a devolution debate took place during the last meeting of West Lindsey District Council.

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Brexit - PM going full steam head

Brexit work is ongoing and looks likely to continue for some time. Many in the Remain camp still refuse to accept the result of the referendum and are keen to undermine this democratic mandate. Already their prediction of economic collapse has been recognised as ridiculous, but they don’t seem to be relieved that apocalypse has been averted. I think this is fundamentally unpatriotic.

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