Mr Garvie is asking where people would like to see a new supermarket – you wouldn’t get one in town.
He wants to put his head together and think what he can do with the small empty shops in the town centre.
Like the Spalding Hands shop – that’s £18,500 a year – and I ask myself who can put anything there and all the other small shops in town and make any kind of profit.
Spalding has no need of a supermarket – there is already Sainbury’s, Aldi, Lidl and now B & M with food in.
And why Mr Garvie would want a supermarket to pay for a cinema in Spalding, to stop the decline in football, I’ll pass on that.
Mr S A Helliwell
May Bloosom Walk