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Letter: Free should mean free

If like me you are old and living on benefits you are probably being pestered by people offering you a replacement boiler free.

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Letters: Flu fun day in Whitby raises grand total

Letters: Flu fun day in Whitby raises grand total

Whitby Group Practice thank staff, patients and local businesses for their support in raising £1,216.25 for Macmillan Cancer Support at our recent Flu Fun Day.

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Letters: How many men does it take to fill a hole?

Letters: How many men does it take to fill a hole?

I cannot stress enough that this is not a complaint, only a wry observation on where we have got to, and why your utilities bills keep going up.

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Letters: A fair wage should be available to all

Letters: A fair wage should be available to all

Re Low Pay: I would like to endorse the views expressed by Messrs Stonehouse and Langley (Gazette, September 29) concerning the appalling state of the labour market in Whitby and Scarborough with regards to low pay.

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Letters: Struggle to find spaces in Whitby Hospital car park

On October 2, I arrived at Whitby Hospital at 9.40am for an appointment with a clinician.

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Letters: ‘Unforgivable’ false dawns on Whitby’s piers

The Whitby Gazette included an article entitled ‘Pier tests ahead of repairs. Restoration set for next year.’

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Letters: Much-needed Whitby piers work taking far too long

Two cheers to Cllr Mike Cockerill announcing to the people of Whitby that weight bearing tests on the piers are being undertaken prior to major repairs being carried out.

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Whitby Hospital

Letters: Whitby needs more medical facilities

I am hoping someone can tell me, what is happening to the Whitby I was born and bred in and love?

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Macmillan coffee morning

Maxine Maud and Christina Fox-Freeman hosting a coffee morning at Hawsker Village Hall

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Letters: Support MacMillan with big coffee morning

Macmillan Cancer Support’s flagship fundraiser, World’s Biggest Coffee Morning, takes place on Friday 29 September - and every slice of cake eaten and cup of coffee poured in Yorkshire has the power to help change lives for people living with cancer.

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Cinder track

Letters: Repairing gravel is the right answer

I have followed with interest the debate concerning the trackbed of the dismantled Whitby to Scarborough railway (aka the Cinder track).

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Letter: Ancestor’s ship struck by Texan tornado

Letter: Ancestor’s ship struck by Texan tornado

My grandfather, Captain William Storm Harrison, came from Robin Hood’s Bay.

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The Endeavour leaves Whitby in choppy seas heading for for Holland.

Letters: Tour de Yorkshire cash could buy Endeavour replica

So Scarborough Council has put £150,000 up to get the Tour de Yorkshire back again.

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Textile artist Eliza Conway at the Staithes Festival of Arts and Heritage 2017. Saturday 9 September. w173501h Picture: Ceri Oakes

Letter: Staithes Festival a first class event

I visited the Staithes Art Festival recently and what a great place – how can a place like that not be a success?

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Letters: Whitby lunchtime concerts a huge success

Letters: Whitby lunchtime concerts a huge success

As organiser of the Lunchtime Concert series at St John the Evangelist, Brunswick Street, I’d like to say thank you to all those who attended and gave generously to the retiring collections at each of the four concerts.

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Letters: Warning on ticket machine

Letters: Warning on ticket machine

My wife and I have been booking holiday cottages in Whitby for many years now and although parking is sometimes difficult, we have always managed without any problems.

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Street cleaner Keith Gilpin who has been nominated for a "Good Neighbour" award

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Letter: Let’s hear it for Keith!

I just had to agree with the letter about Keith Gilpin.

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Old Zoo and Marineland eysore needs sorting.

Letter: Grateful to the amazing folk of Whitby

My 14-year-old son had a fit in the Market Square this afternoon ... the people of Whitby, including the ice cream parlour were amazing.

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Penny Young who sadly died aged 2.

Letters: Thank you for tremendous Just Penny support

The family of ‘Just Penny’ would like to thank everyone who supported our fundraising event and the overwhelming support of local businesses and members of the public for their contributions of prizes for the raffles etc, and their generous money contributions.

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Letter: Thank you for entertaining our son

Letter: Thank you for entertaining our son

Does anyone know who Captain Kipper is at Whitby beach?

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The Whitby to Scarborough Cinder Track.  Picture: Scott Wicking.

Letter: Stretch of path essential

As a local birdwatcher, I would like to add my objection to any alteration to the cinder path, especially the area between Hawsker and Robin Hood’s Bay.

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