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From Wednesday, 01/Oct/2014 onwards
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I WRITE in response to the article for a 143 acre solar array at North Tawton.
SHOULD GPs be paid for diagnosing dementia? It was announced last week that family doctors in England are to be paid £55 for each patient they diagnose with dementia, in a six-month £5m scheme.
CAN we, through your pages, say thank you to the people from WDBC’s recycling team who very politely called at our house to return an Ipad mistakenly put out for recycling a week earlier? However much people may complain about council services, this was way beyond the call of duty.
VA Cushing (Times letters, October 23) alerts us to the certainty of UKIP’s voice being heard.
MUST the fair on the park take up all the parking spaces — even down the path? It is most annoying.
IN last week’s Times you asked for a response ref the fancy name of North Tawton Eco Park (or real name solar panel farm) at North Tawton.
A FEW months ago the Sunday Times Rich List reported the combined fortune of Britain’s richest 1,000 people had hit a new high of £519bn – equivalent to a third of the country’s economic output.
I WOULD like to thank all of the people who have got my West Devon Borough Council mayoral charity fundraising for the Royal British Legion off to a great start.
YOU may have read or heard about proposed changes to community health services in Devon and be wondering why these proposals are being considered.
THE rise of UKIP, which your correspondent Paul Wilson (Times, October 2) seems to fear so much, is easy to understand.
THE Crediton and District Committee of Macmillan Cancer Support recently held collections in Crediton and Okehampton.
THE Salvation Army, a worldwide Christian Evangelical organisation, founded by William Booth in 1865 in the East End of London, will be celebrating its 150th anniversary next year.
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