SIR – Recently I was in an estate agents and had the misfortune to listen to a conversation that made me so mad, but also heartbroken!
SIR – I agree entirely that we should be helping the hospitality industry at this time but some pubs are not helping themselves.
"This could be devastating for the area"
"The whole world has to think differently about returning to the workplace as we knew it"
SIR – Richard Grant suggests that Boris Johnson's promise of setting up freeports is just talk
SIR – Isn’t it about time that people got back to work?
SIR – Your editorial on Friday 11th June about Hampshire County Council having a budget shortfall is very easily solved.
"We need a Lymington architect to design something that is in keeping with the character of the area."
SIR – Perhaps they should review the fact that since the beginning of this month, street lights are no longer being switched off between 1am and 4am.
SIR – New Forest District Council is missing a rare opportunity to provide what Lymington sorely lacks: a town “centre” with heart.
SIR – The proposed permanent closure of the Camping in the Forest campsites (A&T, 4th June), is both troubling and short-sighted.
SIR – I would disagree with the Forestry England (FE) spokesperson’s statement “we have an extensive network of approved trails”.
I would like to voice some qualified support for the people who contravened local bylaws in building the dirt jump bike area in Wilverley inclosure
SIR – The presumption that recreation and dog walking is responsible for any decline in ground nesting birds seems to be accepted without question.
SIR – What a sad sight the headline was in your issue of Friday 14th May (Police warn against town vigilantes).
SIR – It has been some time since we last visited Lymington but when we visited last week we were somewhat dismayed and very disappointed.
SIR – It was indeed a clean sweep for the Hampshire Conservatives in our local elections...
SIR – Peter Whitfield (Letters, 14th May) has made a very important observation about the decline of our native hedgehog...
SIR – We recently became aware of a decision to remove the footbridge over the river by Martin's Road, Brockenhurst (A&T, 7th May).
SIR – Just as the flowers are in bloom and insects and other invertebrates have emerged from their winter lockdown, along come the mowers.