Sir, Regarding the proposed planning application for the Rosetta Caravan Park, it's good to see so many local residents getting involved, although I'm sure a lot of people are still confused.
Sir, Last week's anonymous letter headed "Daffy Screens" completely misses the point.
Sir, following the recently submitted planning application for Rosetta Caravan Park site, a group of local organisations, known as Vision for Peebles, including the Community Council, Civic Society, Community Trust and others have joined together to challenge this development, and are in the process of responding to this unwelcome application.
Sir, Christine Grahame's vision of our country as described in her column about Margaret Thatcher's legacy is so full of doom and gloom that I'm surprised we are all not heading for the nearest cliff like the Lemmings.
Sir, Oops, here we go again! More ranting and raving on matters national, long gone and unrelated to our local future needs. She sounds like the Glenda Jackson of Holyrood.
Sir, I refer to the report in last week's Peeblesshire News regarding the petition being raised by a group of residents in Rosetta Road against the proposed re-development of Rosetta Caravan Park for 172 new homes.
Sir, I read with a great deal of concern about the closure of Duns and particularly Peebles courts with the obvious increased difficulty for those seeking a local legal solution to life's various problems and dealing with offenders.
Sir, We are writing to thank all those people who helped make the Tour o' the Borders such a resounding success last weekend.
Sir, May I through the courtesy of your columns reiterate and defend the letter addressed to the Peeblesshire News dated Friday, April 5, 'Peebles people are proud not needy' to clear up some trouble I've unleashed with a can of worms, clear from last week's irate response; from one of your readers dated April 12; 'Foodbank is eye opener'?
Sir, I was disappointed and surprised at the front page headline on last week's Peeblesshire News and especially the opening paragraph "drainage works... has forced the cancellation of this year's Games".
SIR, My dad, an 85-year-old, has been a beekeeper all his life and enjoys looking after his bees. He treats them well making sure their hives re sterilised, free from varoe mites and feeds them throughout the year.
SIR, may I through the courtesy of your columns say that I read with utter amazement at the many untrue grand statements and assumptions from your reader in the Peeblesshire last week.
Sir, Michael Moore MP clearly needs a reality check. He seems to be suggesting that we, his constituents, should be in party mood because the personal tax allowance is being raised, coupled with the fact that, apparently, petrol prices are cheaper than they would have been if the fuel escalator had still been in place.
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