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Letters: If you can’t do that then stand aside and let someone who can take over

What an absolutely disgraceful outpouring from our Lord Mayor in telling anyone that they are not welcome in Sheffield.

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Letters: Tinder-dry, long grass, additional fire hazard

Letters: Tinder-dry, long grass, additional fire hazard

Unmown grass may provide a beautiful barrier in the city and suburbs (Ann Hayes, Letters, 28 /06 /18), but is potentially lethal in the countryside.

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Star editor Nancy Fielder is campaigning for Pride in Sheffield.

Telegraph View: She danced on determinedly

This week Sheffield lost one of its most inspirational, determined, imaginative and fun women.

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Public house has been saved by sheer determination - proof it can be done!

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Biased Department of Transport cronies

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Letters: ‘Doing a Sheffield’ seems to carry no positive connotations in tree management

Letters: ‘Doing a Sheffield’ seems to carry no positive connotations in tree management

In last week’s piece the Amey employees’ justification for the tree felling boiled down to ‘kill the trees now so they can’t die later”.

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Letters: Disappointing outcome of Baldwins Omega site

Letters: Disappointing outcome of Baldwins Omega site

I attended the Planning Committee meeting (“Baldwins flats plan given go-ahead” 14th June) alongside friends who live in the area.

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Letters: We do our best to preserve and record these memorials for future generations

Letters: We do our best to preserve and record these memorials for future generations

I was interested to read two letters expressing concern about the care and keeping of the gravestones at Sheffield Cathedral. For very many years, even from the early 18 th century the headstones have been laid flat in what was affectionately known as ‘t’owd Church’ grave yard.

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Letters: Utterly laughable consultation exercise

Letters: Utterly laughable consultation exercise

I note Councillor Peter Price, the renowned vitriolic tub-thumper wrote to you last week to praise Dave Bocking’s “balanced” piece on the Streets Ahead fiasco.

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Star editor Nancy Fielder is campaigning for Pride in Sheffield.

Telegraph View: Small plea for big supporters

Sheffield is built on people who give so much and never give up.

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Letters: Went to school all the same, and learnt what they were taught, and that was that

Letters: Went to school all the same, and learnt what they were taught, and that was that

I hate to sound like “Disgusted of Tunbridge Wells,” but I have lost count of the misapprehensions in thespecial feature on racism last week. My parents and their siblings were Jewish, and grew up in the East End of London, in the days when it was a Jewish enclave, then called a “ghetto.”

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Letters: Do I have to go to prison in order to get a job?

Letters: Do I have to go to prison in order to get a job?

I just watched the Victoria Derbyshire show about prisoners getting jobs. This is disgusting; do I have to go to prison in order to get a job?

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Just another  missed chance

Every time Streets Ahead resurface a road in Sheffield, they repaint the markings.

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Letters: Good work by contractors

At a time when contractors are getting a bit of a bad press may I put in a good word for Northern Powergrid and Murphy.

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Telegraph View: Desperate for care at any cost

What do we learn about a city from the way we support the children who are most in need?

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Letters: Ill conceived and badly implemented scheme

I just can’t let Simon Geller’s letter go without comment. His opinion that “it is hard to feel sympathy for those who complain the new traffic arrangements on Broomhall Road mean they have to walk a bit further to reach their destination” completely misses the point.

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Letters: Issues you might take up as “trees person”

Only a week ago I sent you (Coun Lewis Dagnall) a lengthy open letter, signed by 33 Sheffield tree campaigners, that gave six suggestions of issues that you might take up in your new post as the “trees person” for the cabinet of Sheffield Council.

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Telegraph View: Buzzing from stage to screen

I always get a buzz when I walk through Tudor Square - home to the country’s largest concentration of theatres outside of the capital.

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Telegraph View: Closed doors must be opened

To whom should a council be answerable?

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Telegraph View: Challenging change for good

We have a new lord mayor.

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