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Letters

There will be no glass roundabout in Cathedral Square to allow us to view the old cellars of Lych Street and peer into the past. But it did not have to be concreted over argues one letter writer.

Monday's letter's round up including 'We did not have to concrete the past'

LITTER: Trade waste on the High Street in Worcester is something that needs to be tackled, but how about the signs scattered along our roads that are left there after the events they are promoting are long gone?

Friday's letters round up including 'Labour still haven’t learnt their lesson'

WORCESTERSHIRE ROYAL: One correspondent was left angry by the service here, while at Kidderminster Hospital he had nothing but praise for the way he was treated.

Thursday's letters round up including 'I’m angry about my service at hospital'

BUSY: Worcester’s A4440 Carrington Bridge.  But one correspondent says we are badly mistaken if we think simply dualling it - at huge expense - is the long-term answer to traffic problems in the area.

Wednesday's letters round up including 'Dualling this bridge is not the answer'

Centenary Square, Birmingham: Will the city’s expanding power be such that a ‘greater Birmingham’ will lead to the splitting up of Worcestershire? It’s a threat Labour county council leader Peter McDonald says people should be aware of and have a

Tuesday's letters round up including 'Our Worcestershire is under threat'

SIR - And they are still parking illegally. Thankfully the police moved them on. Chris Pate Worcester

Monday's letter's round up including 'Cruel budget will create more poverty'

COOLING DIP: The water at Gullett Quarry is dangerously cold and people should not swim there or encourage others to. But there is only so much that can be done to discourage people, says Dr Peter Alma

Friday's letters round up including 'Children in danger from these drivers'

LAYOUT: The arrows on the road at the end of Woodgreen Drive, Warndon Villages, from a video taken by Ian Jones

Thursday's letters round up including 'Another failure by highways department'

BUILDING: The Berkeley Homes flats at Sidbury is one development that would not have needed permission under government plans to sweep away planning laws on brownfield sites, to the concern of letter writer Malcolm Nixon

Wednesday's letters round up including 'Just imagine what developers will do now'

LIBRARY: Letter writer Angela Lanyon wasn’t impressed with the Hive’s provision for people with limited mobility Pic Jonathan Barry 28.1.14 (3693657)

Tuesday's letters round up including 'Long haul to the Hive for people like me'

Raising awareness of Polio

Raising awareness of Polio

DEFIANT: Lisa Evans believes she has a “right” to take a dip in the water at Gullet Quarry

Monday's letter's round up including 'Let Lisa swim – I would too if I could'

SCRUM: Warriors battled to return to the Premiership last season – and Jamie Whitmore has faced a similar battle to buy season tickets to see them at Sixways next season

Friday's letters round up including 'Do Warriors want anyone to watch them?'

DEBATE: Councillor Simon Cronin on the new crossing on City Walls Road, Worcester. Picture: Jonathan Barry. 281590370

Thursday's letters round up including 'Now my foreign visitors can cross safely'

PROTESTS: Worcestershire Vegans and Veggies have defended the right of a protester to have his say about horse racing.

Wednesday's letters round up including 'Anger should be at deaths, not protests'

ISLAND: The redesigned exit road from the Ketch Roundabout leading to Carrington Bridge

Monday's letter's round up including 'Appalled to see roundabout for first time'

PARADE: The Queen’s Royal Hussars marching through Worcester

Friday's letters round up including 'Thank you for supporting us on march'

Motorists faced long delays in the roadworks on Tolladine Road, Worcester. Picture by Jonathan Barry. 251589480

Thursday's letters round up including 'This traffic disruption is intolerable'

FUNDRAISER: Ann Pursey walked the 218-mile Severn Way in aid of a Romanian dog shelter

Wednesday's letters round up including 'Well done to Ann for charity 'walkies'

ROUNDABOUT: The redesigned exit road from the Ketch Roundabout leading to Carrington Bridge

Tuesday's letters round up including 'Council's Ketch apology isn't good enough'

CHECKS: Officers found anglers at Holt Fleet were within the law. Photo West Mercia Police

Monday's letters round up including 'There's no need for legal fishing either'

HOME: The Elgar Birthplace Museum in Lower Broadheath

Friday's letters round up including' Birthplace is wonderful but it's not enough'

CARAVANS: Travellers set up in the car park at Sixways stadium last week

Thursday's letters round up including 'The travellers can do just what they like'

CIGARETTES; The county council pension fund has invested heavily in the tobacco industry

Wednesday's letters round-up, including 'Why is council so addicted to tobacco?'

DESPAIR: But mentally ill patients often don’t get the help they need, says our letter writer

Tuesday's letters including 'People’s psychiatric needs not being met'

COMPOSER: Sir Edward Elgar is Worcester’s ‘most famous son’ – but the city is not making the most of his legacy, says letter writer Councillor Alan Feeney.

Monday's letters including 'City must do more to celebrate Sir Edward'

ROUNDABOUT: School pupils could have done better with the Ketch, says letter writer  N M Dunk;ey

Friday's letters including 'Children could do a better job on Ketch'

HOLE IN THE ROAD: There are roadworks all over Worcester at the moment, says Peter Caffrey – but he asks why the actual workers are often nowhere to be seen.

Thursday's letters including ' where do the roadworkers disappear to?'

FLYING FINISH: Aficionado jumps the last fence on Ladies Day at Worcester  Racecourse on June 8 - but the same meeting cost another horse its life.

Wednesday's letters round-up, including 'Are hats more important than horses' lives?'

One of the exit lanes from the Ketch Roundabout Worcester, has been coned off after safety concerns.

Tuesday's letters including 'Drivers are to blame, not the roundabout'

JOBS THREAT: The Heart of Worcestershire College buillding in Dolday.

Monday's letters including 'So which bits of college are unimportant'

I believe in the Worcester News

I believe in the Worcester News

My space

My space

Friday's letters, including: Taxpayers are funding greed of landlords

Friday's letters, including: Taxpayers are funding greed of landlords

Thursday's letters, including: Stadioum plans will just add to the jams

Thursday's letters, including: Stadioum plans will just add to the jams

Schoolchildren could have planned these roads better

Schoolchildren could have planned these roads better

BEAUTY SPOT: Middle Battenhall Farm is one area under threat due to our rising population, says letter writer N Taylor

Wednesday's letters round-up, including 'Sacrificing the countryside for foreigners'

Tuesday's letters round-up, including 'Join us to make our canals more beautiful'

Tuesday's letters round-up, including 'Join us to make our canals more beautiful'

Don't moan about the traffic, you are it

Monday's letters round-up, including: Don't moan about the traffic, you are it

Hand Writing (28293667)

My main role? Multi-tasking, I'm a woman!

Hand Writing (27835204)

Too left for you, Mr Dipper?

St Johns traffic chaos

St Johns traffic chaos

I like the advert

I like the advert

MPs have no interest in PR

MPs have no interest in PR

Sustainable housing? What cobblers.

Sustainable housing? What cobblers.

Labour hypocrisy over EU vote

Labour hypocrisy over EU vote

George is right - let's go back

George is right - let's go back

I like my ham

I like my ham

Development is in Claines

Development is in Claines

I'm glad Tories won

I'm glad Tories won

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