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Latest reader letters sent in to the Leek Post & Times. If you have a comment to make or wish to express an opinion, then send in a letter or comment to the editor by email or post.

  • Park should be left as it is

    WE ARE writing in response to the piece in this week's Post & Times about possible changes to Birch Gardens and Brough Park.We have written before in praise...

  • Gardens teem with wildlife

    AT A time when our green spaces are being destroyed at an alarming rate I cannot understand why Keith Parker wants to do exactly that at Birch Gardens.Has he...

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    Too many cars are using roads

    I WAS glad to hear Staffordshire Moorlands District Council is reviewing traffic using Cheadle's roads.My experience is that too many cars are sharing too...

  • In mystery we go on an ocean

    A POET'S Contemplation. Here are some thoughts on life and our human journey; Intimate nature, it lives, it drives it breathes and thrives. Everything,...

  • Toilets at Leek Bus Station stink

    LAST week I had the misfortune of having to use the men's toilet at Leek Bus Station.I wonder if the executive washroom at Moorlands House is, also, filthy and...

  • Pensioners are not hard done by

    AFTER reading Gary Shenton's column in the Post & Times regarding "the plight of pensioners", I feel I must take him to task.Before anyone jumps...

  • Rest of the area is a real mess

    HAVING read the letters about the revamped town centre I wonder whether the letter writer S Moss can really think that the changes are for the better.The only...

  • Say no to Gladman plan for Leek

    AS A resident of Mulberry Way in Leek and, living adjacent to the proposed new housing estate being put forward by Gladman Developments of Congleton, I feel it...

  • I'm disgusted over housing proposals

    I AM disgusted about the proposals for 190 houses to be built on a Greenfield Site.We did have a public meeting before when there were less houses proposed by a...

  • Parade and service inspired poetry

    SOLDIERS First World War story of true valour.I was inspired to write more of their plight, after seeing Saturday's moving memorial service at the Monument,...

  • View given now dust has settled

    WASTE of money, concrete monstrosity, graffiti artists paradise, skate park, waste land, landing strip and dangerous, etc.All these comments have appeared many...

  • Don't lose your right to vote

    SOMETHING all democrats can surely celebrate happened last week.The Scottish referendum had the highest turnout in an election since universal suffrage was...

  • 'Building Bridges for Peace' talk

    NEWS tributes to the late Ian Paisley included the iconic photo of him laughing uproariously when sharing a joke with Martin McGuiness.The way in which those...