Letters

Tuesday, May 19, 2015

On May 12, members of Ely Inner Wheel and guests, totalling 30 people attended a Fish and Chip Supper at the Fish House on Ely Market Square.

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I am writing to you at the suggestion of Celia Tyler at the Cambridgeshire Collection of Burial Records.

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Prince Charles has been at the cutting edge of regenerative agriculture and advanced holistic health for decades.

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A poem for Eddie Holden, from his granddaughter.

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We need some volunteers to help out with our club, the Aquarius Club, which is for people with learning disabilities.

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There was a time when I would look forward to Thursdays – not because one would be approaching the weekend but because The Ely Standard would drop through the letter box.

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Chemical agriculture is a hazard to human and environmental health and must be addressed if we wish to ‘get a handle’ on runaway diseases, biodiversity loss and food provision.

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There is no denying that Thursday, May 7, was a traumatic night for the Liberal Democrats, nationally and locally.

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I do not agree with the comments of PCSO Jonathan Hall and his suggestion that a young boy playing with guns is in any way ‘chilling’ (April 30).

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