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LETTERS: We want to save Ossett Post Office

I found Alex Story’s article relating to Ossett Post Office (Politically Speaking, January 27) very condescending.

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Newspaper: Wakefield Express.
Story: Thornes Park college campus is going to be up for sale.
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LETTERS: Thornes Park is the priority not land values

As your previous correspondent Peter Bancroft said in his letter last month, it all seems to have gone very quiet about building in Thornes Park.

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A �5m state of the art eye unit at Pinderfields Hospital officially opened by MP Mary Creagh.

LETTERS: Reaction to Mary Creagh’s Brexit vote continues

John Clarke, Sandal Cliff, Sandal

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EU referendum photocall, Ilkley Moor..23rd May 2016 ..Picture by Simon Hulme

LETTERS SPECIAL PART 2: Mary Creagh’s Brexit vote

Mark Woodhead, via email

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Mary Creagh

LETTERS SPECIAL: Wakefield readers have their say on Mary Creagh’s Brexit vote

J Greenwood, via email

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County Hall, Wakefield.
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LETTERS: Cut Wakefield councillors to save money

Colin Willock, via email

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Campaigners are calling for transport minister Lord Andrew Adonis to visit Monkhill Railway station which is in desperate need of a revamp before a new London service starts there from December

LETTERS: Pontefract and Knottingley rail improvements moving forward

Celia Loughran, councillor for Pontefract south

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LETTERS: Why do we need new Pontefract Pool?

LETTERS: Why do we need new Pontefract Pool?

G Beale, via email

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Castleford swimming pool - earmarked for closure.
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LETTERS: Short sighted decision over Knottingley and Castleford pools

S Goodall, Pollards Fields, Ferrybridge

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Wakefield council have bought the police station and the former crown court buildings on Wood Street, Wakefield, which will eventually form part of the regeneration of the Civic Quarter.
Pictured: The police station.
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LETTERS: Why spend more money on Wakefield’s Civic Quarter?

Mick Hogan, Lofthouse Gate

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

LETTERS: Frack Free Wakefield agrees with scientific evidence against the process

Yvonne Sibbald, on behalf of Frack Free Wakefield

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Anti-fracking protestors demonstrating outside county hall, Wakefield.

LETTERS: Wakefield Council has the guts to be cautious about fracking

Coun Peter Box, Leader of Wakefield Council

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Pinderfields Hospital general view

LETTERS: Our gratitude to Pinderfields Hospital staff

Jill Brookling, Primrose Lane, Wakefield

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Castleford swimming pool - earmarked for closure.
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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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LETTERS: Have the guts to create jobs and economic growth with fracking

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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