There was a quote attributed to our local county councillor a few months ago that prompts me to write. He said that the Hilderthorpe construction work, and all the problems it caused, represented “pain” that would be worth the “gain”.
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.
I would like to know why East Riding of Yorkshire Council are allowed to put up the price of swimming for the school summer holidays. It has increased from £4.20 to £4.80 and £3.40 for children until the end of August.
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’.
I write in answer to the article by John Edwards titled “Why is your TV signal so poor in heatwave?” (5 July) as I too have noticed that these atmospheric weather conditions cause interference to my TV.