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Letters to the Lincolnshire Free Press editor – October 20, 2020

Not a lot of thought went into project

Reading in last week’s Free Press about the bike rack installed in Spalding Sheep Market got me really confused.

I am all for fitness and encouraging better health for everyone, but if it is to promote cycling, why is the bike rack in the shape of a car?

When parking in Spalding is so hard to find anyway, why was the bike rack placed in a car parking space, when there is adequate space at the side of the public toilets in the Sheep Market, where there are bike stands already, not 10 metres away – and most of the bike racks that we already have around Spalding aren’t used anyway.

I feel that not a lot of thought went into the project beforehand.

Terry Day


John Elson's Lincolnshire Free Press cartoon (42757023)
John Elson's Lincolnshire Free Press cartoon (42757023)

Is shop cashing in on Covid?

Cashing in on Covid?

Box of disposable gloves: B&M in Spalding , mid-July – £3.99.

Identical box of 120 Stanley disposable gloves: B&M, mid-October – £9.99.

John Charlesworth


They don’t deserve to have good staff

I would like to reply to the letter by Colin Ayres of Spalding about applying for jobs without getting an answer.

My 18-year-old grandson has applied for lots of jobs and put CVs in loads of shops and online as well, and, like Colin said, they cannot event be bothered to answer.

I agree with all he said about being rude, ignorant and arrogant.

They do not deserve good staff.

M A Dixon


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