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Court listings 30/06/16

The following people were dealt with at Lancaster Magistrates Court:

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Stone Jetty , Morecambe.

Talking points in Morecambe

The issues that have got you talking are: regeneration plans, asthma deaths, fracking, Labour Party, artwork

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Central Promenade, Morecambe.

The issues and stories that have got you talking

The topics you’ve written to The Visitor this week about are: speeding cyclist, Frontierland, tourism plans, tidal energy, foodbank funding, accurate news reporting, tap water problems

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Orbit jazz band from More Music in Morecambe

Talking points from The Visitor

The hot topics that have caught your interest this week are: Morecambe Town Hall, streets full of weeds, Bury Market, car parking, nucelar power and Brits abroad

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Williamson Park Cafe.

What’s got you talking this week?

This week’s hop topics: banned from public toilets, cycling on pavements, planning democrarct, crematorium music, road safety, Austrlain plea, bus services

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The main talking points ...

The main talking points ...

This week’s letters discuss: dangerous cyclists, demise of Labour Party, planning democracy, power of strikes, environmental benefits

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Galgate Mill

The issues that matter to you - Letters July 9th

The hot topics of the week are: student accommodation, caring councillor, kite festival, charity skydive, The Most, traffic measures, Battle of Britain

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Fracking drill

The issues that have you talking - Letters July 2nd

The week’s hot topics: fracking, Armed Forces Day, housing crisis, Bare Festival, GP receptionists, hospital infections, homelessness, Friends of Williamson Park

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Lancaster Town Hall.

What matters to you - Guardian Letters June 25th

The hot topics of the week were: the TTIP trade deal, rural broadband, traffic tailbacks, Macmillan volunteers, simple pleasures, men’s health

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Beaumont College, Lancaster.

The issues that matter to you - Guardian Letters June 18th

The week’s hot topics: college job cuts, fracking, dangerous cyclists, speed cameras, the Queen’s visit, secret trade deal, charity challenge and parking charges,

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The Paul Hayes Collection.

Another great night

Once again our own ambassador for Morecambe, Paul Hayes, and the Paul Hayes Collection, gave yet another great night at Middleton. As usual a full audience and even a couple of bingo games included.

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Sainsburys food donation.

Food bank politics free

David Morris continues to bang on about the Morecambe Bay Foodbank, this time saying “the foodbank is set up and run by the Labour Party”. This is not the case so I wonder why he says it.

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David Morris.

Not all will be ecstatic

So Morecambe fell to the victorious David Morris.

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A Stage Coach bus.

Miss one and face a walk

I live in the village of Middleton and for most of the time been a car owner.

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Royal Lancaster Infirmary.

Great care for my mum

I am aware of people complaining about the NHS and our local hospital the RLI.

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Morecambe RNLI lifeboat station.'The Hover House, home of Morecambe RNLI lifeboat station.

Saving lives comes first

Regarding the letter from Colin Hartley (Slipway Row, May 5).

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Morecambe and Lunesdale and Lancaster and Fleetwood election count.

It’s been a privilege

Can I through your paper thank everyone who supported me in the recent elections?

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David Morris retains his Parliamentary seat for Morecambe and Lunesdale's Conservative Party.

National feeling won

Well, the elections seem to have curve-balled just about everyone. Once again Mr Morris is the beneficiary of national feelings rather than local, but now you are in again, could I please ask for some humility.

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Some of the floats and participants at the Morecambe Carnival parade.

Well done to everyone for a great carnival

Once again we enjoyed our own annual Morecambe Carnival.

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John and Doreen Read's picture pof the old Empire / Arcadian buildings. Morecambe.

My favourite haunt Floral Hall was packed each night

During the war my family and I moved to Morecambe from Grimsby because of the blitz. It was wonderful.

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