In today's Louth Leader. My neighbours and myself are calling for an emergency wildlife survey. Not sure that I like Lincolnshire anymore.
In the same paper the East Lindsey District Council have the money to buy the Louth Navigation Trust listed building.
I was a speaker at Tedder Hall yesterday opposing the development of 9 houses along Louth canal.
8 out of 9 district councillors voted for the development.
I now believe that my photographic evidence of local wildlife and my speech counted for nothing.
I will find out from Mr Andy Booth ( who was definately for the development ) when and what surveys are due in the near future.
I will be reporting on this development as it doesn't just affect local residents like myself but anyone who comes to Louth canal for a walk or to get close to nature.
Above, satirical cartoon motivated by the Louth NHS uprising march that I went on on Saturday and the speeches afterwards. This cartoon will be published in the FightingForLouth scrapbook.
One more cartoon to do.
More of my photos of the Louth NHS uprising are posted at https://twitter.com/janeairpoetry?lang=en
and on Move Louth Forward on facebook
Woodhall Spa 40s weekend photos taken by Jane Air on the Sunday. Photos on the Horncastle News website and in the print edition 26 July 2017. Pics are of the Lancaster bomber flyover, vintage army vehicles, The Blighty Belles performing on stage, Nick Formby impersonator, the camp reenactment in the woods, tooth extraction scene and sleeping soldier. Last photo, me next to a vintage 1955 BBC television van.