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LETTERS: Swimming is part of the curriculum

N Bywater, via email

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Wakefield Post Office, Procidence Street/Northgate

LETTERS: Sad to see threatened Post Office closure in Ossett

Norman Hazell, Woolgreaves Drive, Sandal

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Pinderfields Hospital

LETTERS: We need more hospitals as the world expands

Joan Mathur, via email

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There are concerns that plans for fracking can be pushed through by an existing power.

LETTERS: Have the guts to create jobs and economic growth with fracking

Andy Shaw, St John’s Grove, Wakefield

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LETTERS: Charity post scheme by Wakefield and Ossett rotary helps charities

LETTERS: Charity post scheme by Wakefield and Ossett rotary helps charities

Peter Clarke, secretary of Rotary Club of Wakefield

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Pat Read (manager), Warren Alexander (chairman of association), Hilary Trotter (area retail manager).

LETTER: Hospice pioneers would be proud

Staff and volunteers gathered in Wakefield Hospice’s Cross Street shop recently to mark its closure and the end of an era.

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Campaigners from the Crofton Against HS2 group, who are fighting plans to send trains through their village, meeting Wakefield Council leader Peter Box at Wakefield town hall.

LETTERS: Wakefield readers debate Hs2

A petition against the proposed route of HS2 has been organised by Crofton Against HS2 and has already been signed by more than 50 residents.

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LETTERS: Express readers on race hate crime, tracing relatives and swifts

LETTERS: Express readers on race hate crime, tracing relatives and swifts

Leavers did not vote for the ugly face of hate crime.

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LETTERS: Wakefield readers on having pride in our city and the EU

LETTERS: Wakefield readers on having pride in our city and the EU

I would like to assure Mike Loakman that Wakefield Council, and the many people who actually live in Wakefield, do have pride in our city.

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LETTERS: Wakefield readers have their say on racism and the EU, city regeneration and elections

Your headline last week posed the rhetorical question ‘Ugly Face of Hate Crime – Is this what we voted for?’

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LETTERS: Our readers have their say on disabled parking, the EU and state pension age

WASPI - Women Against State Pension Inequality - demonstrated at the House of Parliament on Wednesday, June 29.

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SHOWING THE WAY: A volunteer at the National Coal Mining Museum.

Mining museum’s helpers to go under the spotlight

The National Coal Mining Museum will be championing the work of their helpers during National Volunteers’ Week.

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Local elections. May 2008.
David John Hopkins. Conversvative. Wakefield 
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LETTERS: Wakefield readers have their say on council, Thornes Park and energy

Having had the privilege of representing Wakefield south ward from 1999 till my retirement on May this year, I hope that you will allow me to say thank you to the people of Kettlethorpe, Sandal, Agbrigg and Belle Vue for their support and encouragement during my period of office.

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Story: Cyclists make their way through the streets of South Elmsall. 
Tour de Yorkshire  Mens race- Stage Two, Saturday 30th April 2016.
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Picture: Andrew Bellis.

LETTERS: Fury as potholes in the Five Towns are fixed for Tour De Yorkshire

Some of the roads in Pontefract and the rest of the Five Towns have needed council attention for years.

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LETTERS: Wakefield readers on the community payback team, the EU and fracking

I recently asked the probation service if the community payback scheme would be interested in clearing a path.

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24 october 2013.
Feeding the birds in Thornes Park, Wakefield.

LETTERS: Wakefield readers on the state of Thornes Park and the EU

My wife and I decided to have a walk besides the duck pond at Thornes Park the other day.

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The Prince of Wales Hospice in Pontefract. (P542D339)

LETTERS: Our readers on Pontefract and Wakefield hospitals, academies and fundraising

Crisis is a word often over used when talking about the NHS, but when used in relation to describing the hospital trust responsible for Wakefield and Pontefract, it is always true.

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Town End traffic lights Pontefract

LETTERS: Memories of Ferrybridge, regeneration and Town End, Pontefract

I have recently been reading about the closure of Ferrybridge C power station with mixed feelings.

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The old Bishopgarth police training facility, Westfield Road, Wakefield,

LETTERS: Wakefield readers on the sale of city buildings, the NHS junior doctors’ strike and the EU

I was dumbstruck to read last week that some mindless bureaucrat has decided the loss of (Wakefield’s) Bishop’s Palace and Lodge Buildings is outweighed by the benefits of regeneration.

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LETTERS: Wakefield Post Office, the EU, road safety and energy strategies

How wonderful it is to see Mary Creagh campaigning to save the Post Office in Wakefield.

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