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Endcliffe Park

Letters: Those who stood with us, whether from the U.S.A. or from Greece and it’s many islands, were and will be friends

A few months ago Tony Foulds by chance met Dan Walker, BBC TV Breakfast presenter in Endcliffe Park in Sheffield, at a memorial Tony was tending, raised to commemorate the bravery of 10 US airmen who died when their returning bomber crashed there on 22 February 1944.  At that date I was just 10 years old, born in Sheffield, but then living 10 miles north of Sheffield in Wath-upon-Dearne.
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Letters: Building relationships with investors

It is so positive to read about the visitor numbers soaring at locations up and down The Moor (The Star, 11 January). Anyone who has visited the new shops, The Light cinema and the Moor Market cannot fail to be impressed by what has been achieved. The whole team at The Moor deserve the city’s thanks.
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Clock corner in Doncaster town centre

What have you done to our once elegant Doncaster town?

Well we've just been into Doncaster, People walking about with a frown Where are all the smiling faces, What have you done to our town? The streets are dismal and dingy, many of the shops closing down I think it's the cost of the parking, What have you done to our town?  
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Lakeside development Doncaster

Letter: Time for Doncaster council to deliver

In 1993 the local papers told us we were to get a no cost massive leisure park within 10 years. It was to contain Britain’s first major indoor ski centre, an all-seater community sports stadium, a leisure lake and marina, a theatre, restaurants, a holiday village and landscaped areas for recreational activities.
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