"Now everyone is back in their cars again with a vengeance"
SIR – WHY are our councillors so convinced that we need wheelie bins to improve recycling rates?
"OUR existing national capability and capacity is at significant risk"
SIR – A spokesperson from the Lymington Community Association says everyone is exhausted with efforts of celebrating the Queen’s platinum jubilee.
SIR – Following the recent letters about wheelie bins, I’m sending a photograph of the mess that many Barton residents have to endure week after week
SIR – Having been born in the New Forest and lived here most of my life, I deplore the cynical attitude of Forestry England.
SIR – Almost crunch time for the introduction of wheelie bins? Your article (A&T, 24th June) certainly helped clarify the situation.
SIR – I am Terry Clark, aged 83 and a Lymington resident for 30 years, a keen cyclist and the first victim of the cow which attacked at Keyhaven.
"Would not the money be better spent on a new vandal-proof outdoor table tennis table for the rec?"
SIR – How many more housing developments is New Forest District Council going to allow on green fields and open spaces?
SIR – I wonder if any one else has noticed the difference between speed of work in the public and private sector.
SIR – I refer to your front page article (A&T, 3rd June) concerning the drop in animal deaths/injuries for 2021.
SIR – How many bank holidays does it take to fix toilet facilities in Lymington?
SIR – The ongoing discussions on wheelie bins, including me, have been going on for about two years.
"The government should provide more financial resources to resurrect domestic science classes in schools"