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Letters: Panic buyers are selfish and thoughtless

19 March 2020
Letters: Panic buyers are selfish and thoughtless

Letters: Panic buyers are selfish and thoughtless

19 March 2020

Sir - Panic buyers come across as selfish, thoughtless people who by their actions cause inconvenience to others, myself included. Shopping online as…


Letters: Horrified by country lane's loads of litter

12 March 2020
Letters: Horrified by country lane's loads of litter

Letters: Horrified by country lane's loads of litter

12 March 2020

SIR - I found 108 cans and 48 bottles in half a mile. Where? Hordle Lane...


Letters: Closing pubs to Travellers was clear-cut racism

12 March 2020
Letters: Closing pubs to Travellers was clear-cut racism

Letters: Closing pubs to Travellers was clear-cut racism

12 March 2020

SIR - Local pubs and eateries closing last Thursday solely to avoid having to serve Travellers attending a child's funeral is a clear-cut instance of…


Letters: Can you help me find my stolen military medals?

05 March 2020
Letters: Can you help me find my stolen military medals?

Letters: Can you help me find my stolen military medals?

05 March 2020

SIR - I wonder if there is a chance through your newspaper to find two medals. Some years ago we were unfortunate by being burgled. The thief took anything…


Letters: Don't copy parking mistakes that hurt Worthing town centre

05 March 2020
Letters: Don't copy parking mistakes that hurt Worthing town centre

Letters: Don't copy parking mistakes that hurt Worthing town centre

05 March 2020

SIR - We moved to Lymington six years ago from West Sussex. Worthing's town centre has suffered dreadfully as the result of high taxes and stringent parking…


Letters: Relocating council depot just moves the traffic problem

27 February 2020
Letters: Relocating council depot just moves the traffic problem

Letters: Relocating council depot just moves the traffic problem

27 February 2020

SIR - It was with some interest that I read the report of the planned re-siting of the New Forest District Council Claymeadow depot to the Hardley Industrial…


Letters: Banning sales of wet wood for burning is ludicrous

27 February 2020
Letters: Banning sales of wet wood for burning is ludicrous

Letters: Banning sales of wet wood for burning is ludicrous

27 February 2020

SIR - As a resident of the wood-producing New Forest , I would like to question recent actions by the government. We now hear we can no longer burn '…


Letters: Our village pulled together to defeat the floods

20 February 2020
Letters: Our village pulled together to defeat the floods

Letters: Our village pulled together to defeat the floods

20 February 2020

SIR - The flooding at Brockenhurst on Sunday was the worst it has been for many years. But at 5pm when it seemed at its peak there was very little water…


Letters: Trapped by Brexit in The League of Gentlemen

20 February 2020
Letters: Trapped by Brexit in The League of Gentlemen

Letters: Trapped by Brexit in The League of Gentlemen

20 February 2020

SIR - Coming to live in the New Forest I was warned by metropolitan elitist friends that I would not be living in mainstream UK. I thought I had adjusted.…


Letters: Take away the takeaways - we're stuffed!

13 February 2020
Letters: Take away the takeaways - we're stuffed!

Letters: Take away the takeaways - we're stuffed!

13 February 2020

SIR - I was appalled to read in last week’s edition details of a planning application that has been submitted for Hills garage on Milford Road, Pennington. In…


Letters: Missed chance for roundabout at 'risky' Everton junction

13 February 2020
Letters: Missed chance for roundabout at 'risky' Everton junction

Letters: Missed chance for roundabout at 'risky' Everton junction

13 February 2020

SIR - With several recent letters advocating a roundabout at the A337 junction with Milford Road , I thought that perhaps some recollections from the…


Letters: Without action, there will be more school crossing accidents

06 February 2020
Letters: Without action, there will be more school crossing accidents

Letters: Without action, there will be more school crossing accidents

06 February 2020

SIR - I read your headline story regarding the five-year-old child unfortunately in collision with a car outside Brockenhurst Primary School with sadness. As…


Letters: Keep the rows of wheelie bins off our streets!

06 February 2020
Letters: Keep the rows of wheelie bins off our streets!

Letters: Keep the rows of wheelie bins off our streets!

06 February 2020

SIR - I must respond to Tina Endall’s letter on wheelie bins published in the A&T newspaper last week. Having lived in New Milton for 48 years I do…


Letter: Charity collectors' aggressive doorstep behaviour is not on

30 January 2020
Letter: Charity collectors' aggressive doorstep behaviour is not on

Letter: Charity collectors' aggressive doorstep behaviour is not on

30 January 2020

SIR — As many people will know, it is very difficult, nigh impossible, to avoid a barrage of scam phone calls and emails. It’s quite easy to feel frightened…


Letter: Is it now time to get angry about climate change?

30 January 2020
Letter: Is it now time to get angry about climate change?

Letter: Is it now time to get angry about climate change?

30 January 2020

SIR — When do we get angry? When do we demand change? Reading about the Australian wild fires made me ask these questions. Climate change caused by human…


Letters: Let the bells ring out for Brexit day

23 January 2020
Letters: Let the bells ring out for Brexit day

Letters: Let the bells ring out for Brexit day

23 January 2020

SIR - So it seems Big Ben can't 'bong' in London. Since in the referendum the majority of London voted to remain in the EU maybe they hope if they ignore…


Letters: Why are we paying for rich people to charge their electric cars?

23 January 2020
Letters: Why are we paying for rich people to charge their electric cars?

Letters: Why are we paying for rich people to charge their electric cars?

23 January 2020

SIR - Could anyone explain to me why, when electric cars are only affordable by those of substantial means, do these vehicles attract a government grant…


Letters: Town Quay plans are like the emperor's new clothes

16 January 2020
Letters: Town Quay plans are like the emperor's new clothes

Letters: Town Quay plans are like the emperor's new clothes

16 January 2020

SIR - The Lymington Town Quay planning team has finally revealed its emperor’s new clothes. In essence, now a debate over a shower block with either a…


Letters: £8m revamp of A326 will just add more traffic

16 January 2020
Letters: £8m revamp of A326 will just add more traffic

Letters: £8m revamp of A326 will just add more traffic

16 January 2020

SIR - Recent stories about early approval for an £8m A326 revamp may sound like good news for the Waterside communities but let's look a little deeper. As…


Letters: Calm, competent and friendly - thank you, NHS!

09 January 2020
Letters: Calm, competent and friendly - thank you, NHS!

Letters: Calm, competent and friendly - thank you, NHS!

09 January 2020

SIR - We often hear of or read about complaints and shortcomings regarding the NHS but very little praise of it these days. I would now like to add my…


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