I read with approval in the Mercury several weeks ago of the Borough Council's initiative to dissuade people from feeding the seagulls.
On Monday, July 1, my husband and I took two of our grandchildren to Gorleston beach. It had been a very hot weekend and the beach had been very busy.
It appears to me, and I may be wrong, that both the Retro Skate and indoor bowls people are not going to be catered for in the new Marina complex.
Personally, I am getting wholeheartedly fed up with the constant letters to the Mercury concerning Brexit.
I read in disbelief about the potential five-year delay in road improvements to the Acle Straight due to a five-year study required by Highways England to see if the five millimetre diameter "Whirlpool Ramshorn Snail" has settled in its new home.
On a number of occasions in the past few months we have been encouraged to put forward ideas as to what could be the future for the Winter Gardens in Yarmouth.
I read in the press and saw on television that the Winter Gardens in Great Yarmouth may be having a "make-over" if a grant can be obtained.
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