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Letters: People of Whitby ‘truly incredible’

The people of Whitby, and beyond, are truly incredible and that was so evident last Friday at The Fitness Machine.

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Letters: Carrying waste bags should be compulsory

Letters: Carrying waste bags should be compulsory

I have recently moved to Whitby and have read with interest the many articles you have published regarding dog fouling.

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Letters: Generosity could heal Staithes rift

On behalf of many residents of Staithes and Staithes Community Initiative, we would like to make everyone aware of the present situation regarding the siting of a telecommunications mast at Staithes Athletic Club.

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Letters: Finally - Robin Hood’s Bay toilets are a ‘pleasure to use’

Visiting the toilets at Bank Top, Robin Hood’s Bay was once a rather unpleasant experience.

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Letters: Poorer families could lose free school meals

Letters: Poorer families could lose free school meals

Re the debate and vote on Universal Credit, particularly Free School Lunches and Milk, and School and Early Years Finance (amendments relating to Universal Credit) (England) Regulations 2018 (SI, 2018, No 148).

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Letters: Council could do more to preserve Tucker’s Field

Letters: Council could do more to preserve Tucker’s Field

Re: the fouling of public areas by dogs.

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Letters: A summer ban would hit Whitby businesses

I write in response to Michele Randle’s suggestion of banning dogs in the town centre: ‘Should dogs be subject to summer ban’ (March 2).

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Whitby Hospital.

Letter: Whitby Hospital - outcome of public meeting

Whitby Hospital Refurbishment – outcomes of the public meeting:

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Whitby's East Pier extension. Picture by Ceri Oakes.

Letters: Funding of Whitby piers by no means assured

Thank you for your very even-handed and fair reports on both the major issues facing our town.

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Letters: Award-winning Sandsend sea defences ‘own goal’

Letters: Award-winning Sandsend sea defences ‘own goal’

I’m very pleased to see the Whitby Gazette pushing the campaign for Whitby against plastics.

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Letters: Destruction of our ancient woodlands

Letters: Destruction of our ancient woodlands

We had a very interesting talk at the Whitby Naturalists Society, given by Brian Walker on the Trees on the North York Moors: past, present, and future.

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Letters: ‘Smoke and mirrors’ on Whitby piers repair saga

I refer to Sam Jones’ excellent article on the Whitby Piers in the Gazette of 23 February, which invited readers to express their views on the piers current situation.

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Helredale road and the complete devastation of the grass verges along the road .pic Richard Ponter 180735f

Letters: Hard-standing solution for Helredale Road turned down

I read with interest your piece about damage to grass verges caused by parked cars.

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Letters: Backing the call for a clean-up of Whitby area

Letters: Backing the call for a clean-up of Whitby area

Congratulations on your excellent articles about the disgusting state of our lovely town/area due to dog waste and litter.

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Captain Cook statue on Whitby's West Cliff. Wednesday 14 February. Picture: Ceri Oakes w180701d

Letters: Whitby’s Cook statue needs more than a wash!

The statue of Captain Cook needs more than a wash!

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Whitby to Scarborough Cinder Track. w1448h .  Pic Scott Wicking.

Letters: Mud from Cinder Track is an issue

I have tried to get in touch with the Whitby Town Council about this - the Cinder Track steps at the entrance just before the tunnel on the left hand side of Southend Gardens.

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Letters: Whitby ‘bursting with talent’

Congratulations to everyone at Colebrooke Media on the production of their first ‘Showcase’ in the Whitby Pavilion on Saturday, February 17.

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Letters: Ten ideas of halt all dirty dog owners

Letters: Ten ideas of halt all dirty dog owners

I am disgusted with the amount of dog mess in Whitby.

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Letter: Without the Dowager Lady Normanby, there would be no Cook Museum

Letter: Without the Dowager Lady Normanby, there would be no Cook Museum

May I add to your notice about the Dowager Lady Normanby whose life you recounted?

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Letters: We must catch all dog fouling the culprits and act now

Letters: We must catch all dog fouling the culprits and act now

Your headline regarding dog fouling of the streets and public places of Whitby is very apt.

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