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Your Say

Allotment thefts are 'cruel' and 'selfish'

Yet again, on 3-4 August, several sheds on the allotments at Flamborough were broken into and machines and other items stolen. This happens with monotonous regularity at about this time of year.
Patients are having to travel miles to other hospitals for their appointments.

Our hospital services need saving

We have a fine big, modern hospital in a growing town in Bridlington, yet services are being moved to Hull, Scarborough and Malton. Hull 26 miles away, Scarborough 17 miles away and Malton 29 miles away.
An artist's impression of Gypsey Race Park.

Town Improvement Forum's regular updates on Gypsey Race Park

This letter is written on behalf of the chairman, vice chairman and seven other members of the Regeneration Partnership Town Improvement Forum. We were surprised to read East Riding Cllr David Robson’s letter in your paper dated 5 July in which he said with regard to the Gypsey Race development that, ‘At no stage have I personally been asked my views on the scheme by Beverley – obviously I know nothing’.
There are concerns that Bridlington may not benefit financially post-Brexit.

Brid may not benefit in post-Brexit

After reading Cllr Robson’s thought-provoking letter in last week’s Free Press I was left wondering how many of Bridlington’s residents actually care where the money spent on Bridlington’s regeneration scheme comes from, as long as it keeps coming, and we get to enjoy the results.

A better strategy is needed to clean up beach litter after big events.

Letter: Beach litter - better strategy is needed

Last Sunday, after an organised beach football event down at Pits Wall End on the Saturday, which brought in around 750-1,000 beach goers to this area of the beach - of which Bridlington Council must have been aware of such a sizeable event – why didn’t the council make adequate provision to prevent the litter disaster?
Cuts to transport and health services are causing anxiety among elderly residents.

Letter: An erosion of our basic facilities

The recent cut in bus services within Bridlington and surrounding areas is causing many elderly people much distress. I have recently had a letter from Sir Greg Knight MP informing me that legislation has been amended to protect the free bus travel scheme for years to come and have removed the need for it to be reviewed every five years.
Marton Road is not on the route of a 'local' bus service.

Letters: New bus service is inadequate

Further to my letter (Free Press, May 5) with regard to the EYMS local bus changes, no-one has yet answered the big question - ‘Which ‘local’ buses now serve the Post Office and shops on Marton Road?’ My answer therefore is none.
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