Thanks for attending RBL bands evening in Evesham

5:31pm Tuesday 21st October 2014

ON behalf of the Evesham branch Royal British Legion, I wish to thank all who made Saturday evening's event in the Market Square a success.

Working all day on harvest camp with only a break for a cheese sandwich and a swim

Evesham Journal: Wild apples in the bin (11770922)

5:28pm Tuesday 21st October 2014

YOUR article How WI Kept Nation Fed with Plums and Damsons (Journal, October 16)brought to mind children's contributions to the war effort.

Residents should do their own speed checks in Bridge Street, Pershore

5:15pm Tuesday 21st October 2014

THE continuing saga of speeding vehicles in Bridge Street, Pershore, and the final decision at the end of an alleged speed survey by the county council (if it was indeed carried out) is no surprise.

Evesham market is a shambles

5:15pm Tuesday 21st October 2014

I AM in full agreement with Julian Conway (Journal, October 16), the market is a shambles, there is no attempt to keep similar stalls and businesses apart and never has been.

Let's concentrate on the future, not point scoring over Abbey Bridge

5:11pm Tuesday 21st October 2014

IT is entirely unacceptable for some Evesham councillors to want the town to put the bridge debacle behind it and to look forward to the future, so AR Dowling tells us.

Thanks for supporting our Pershore litter-pick

5:06pm Tuesday 21st October 2014

MAY I take this opportunity to thank all those who came along for the litter pick in Pershore and Pensham on Saturday, October 4.

Can you solve mystery of missing rowing trophy?

4:56pm Tuesday 21st October 2014

I AM a past resident from Evesham, and have just visited my mother in Bengeworth, where we discussed several items of Evesham interest, but one still sticks in my memory.

Unsettled by appearance of our police now

Evesham Journal:

1:03pm Friday 10th October 2014

THE changes made to local policing since the inception of police commissioners is concerning.

Help me trace the Panter family

12:21pm Tuesday 14th October 2014

RECENTLY in the Journal there was an article called Why does Pershore keep celebrating the wrong plum?

Why can't they stop use going 'Bump' over manhole covers?

12:59pm Monday 13th October 2014

WHY, oh why, can the Highways Department never finish the job?

Does anyone have my 1970s coat?

12:54pm Monday 13th October 2014

I WOULD like to make an appeal to the person who took my cream jacket from the lost property box at the Regal cinema before I had a chance to collect it.

If you're concerned about the NHS watch this film

12:52pm Monday 13th October 2014

CONCERNED about the NHS?

You're nicked, darling!

12:49pm Monday 13th October 2014

SORRY, Zoe Stephens (Letters, October 9) do you honestly expect the Evesham police to actually arrest people engaged in anti-social behaviour?

Thanks for help at Pershore Medical Practice coffee morning

12:46pm Monday 13th October 2014

ON Saturday, September 27, we held our annual flu clinic at Pershore Medical Practice. During the course of the morning we vaccinated more than 1,700 patients.

What's going on, on our pavements?

Evesham Journal: (10156169)

9:32am Monday 13th October 2014

IS it just me, or are the pavements in High Street, Evesham, more congested than the roads? If I'm not dodging mobility scooters I'm being run down by cyclists. What's going on? When I was a child, if I had cycled on the path a not-so-friendly policeman would have given me a right dressing down and put the fear of God into me.

Thanks for helping me when I fell

5:16pm Friday 10th October 2014

MAY I take this opportunity to thank all the very kind people in Evesham who helped me after a very bad fall on the corner at the end of the Workman Bridge, especially the gentleman and young lady who telephoned for the paramedics and who stayed with me while we waited all the time until the car arrived.

Reply to my hospital food letter was inpertinent

12:59pm Friday 10th October 2014

THE purpose of my letter (October 2) regarding the appalling cuisine during my stay at the Alexandra Hospital was to bring awareness to the authorities so they can investigate and improve the menu for others.

I feel no pride in our new Abbey Bridge

Evesham Journal: 3414679108 Paul Jackson 19.08.14 Evesham -Finishing touches are being made to Abbey Bridge, Evesham. (9470642)

12:35pm Friday 10th October 2014

SOME councillors would like the residents of Evesham to put the troubled history of the Abbey Bridge replacement project behind us and take a pride in the finished article.

Thanks for Regal cancer fundraiser

11:50am Monday 6th October 2014

MY family and I would like to thank all of the people who kindly attended my fundraising event at Evesham’s Regal Cinema on September 30.

He should try private medical care, where I am led to believe the wine list is excellent!

11:41am Monday 6th October 2014

IN response to Douglas Wathan's letter of October 10, I spent four weeks in the Queen Elizabeth hospital in Birmingham just before Christmas undergoing a kidney transplant (incidentally a gift from a very dear friend).

Fishing for swans. Disgusting!

3:43pm Friday 3rd October 2014

Yet more anti-social behaviour in Evesham. This time definitely illegal.

Why are the police in Bath able to move drunks away, but drunks in Evesham can pester who they like?

3:37pm Friday 3rd October 2014

THESE people are intimidating. They don't sit and drink quietly but are loud and milling about.

The view of Abbey Bridge isn't so rosy close up

2:55pm Friday 3rd October 2014

IT'S a pity the view of the new bridge in Abbey Road isn't as rosy when walking as it seems to be while travelling by car.

Boaters fear mooring at Workman Gardens

11:11am Friday 3rd October 2014

I WOULD just like to confirm what Avon Leisure Cruises have said in your article about Workman Gardens.

The fame of the plane goes mainly down the drain

5:53pm Tuesday 30th September 2014

THE plane is one of Europe’s most distinguished trees.

Police were so professional and courteous

Evesham Journal: Police stand outside an apartment block in Ladywood, Birmingham, after the discovery of the bodies of two women in their early 20s were found. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Tuesday September 16, 2008. Detectives are investigating the suspicious d

12:23pm Tuesday 30th September 2014

MY partner and I awoke to find that we had suffered the indignity last weekend of having been burgled whilst we slept.

So difficult for doctors to make the right diagnosis

12:10pm Tuesday 30th September 2014

I WORK as a secretary to GPs, and know from the numerous referral letters I type, just how difficult it can sometimes be to make the right diagnosis with patients not always having the right set of symptoms for the illness they have.

Thanks for raising £1,350 for Macmillan

12:07pm Tuesday 30th September 2014

ON behalf of the Vale Of Evesham Macmillan Cancer Support Committee I would like to say a huge thank-you to everyone who donated, supported and helped to make our coffee morning in Offenham such a big success.

Our roads (and pavements) are death traps

11:57am Friday 26th September 2014

THE Journal has a letter from John Dunn, Evesham (September 25), which I support 100 per cent.

I raised £1,137.50 from my run

11:46am Friday 26th September 2014

I RECENTLY took part in a 10k sponsored run for Parkinson's and I have just sent them a cheque for £1,137.50.

I'm a born and bred Harvington villagers, and I'm in favour of new homes

11:42am Friday 26th September 2014

AS a born and bred villager, I'm for development.

Has he been living on Mars?

Evesham Journal: Abbey Bridge complete by Martin Billings (10802645)

11:38am Friday 26th September 2014

ANDREW Dyke wrote that he’s been away from Evesham for a few weeks. I can only assume he’d been to Mars after he penned his letter regarding the bridge works.

Where's the appreciation from Evesham's politicians?

10:54am Tuesday 23rd September 2014

YOU report in your September 11 issue the good news that Stagecoach has begun a Sunday service on their route 28 with five Evesham-Stratford return journeys, two of them being extended to Pershore. It replaces the axed 166 service, run by Diamond most recently.

Don't be too hard on our tower-based cycle race commentator

12:43pm Monday 22nd September 2014

IN response to the letter from Alan Heeks (Journal, September 18) regarding the commentary on the Tour of Britain, I would like to defend the gentleman in the tower commentating on the race on his own.

Too many homes for Harvington

Evesham Journal: (10156169)

12:35pm Monday 22nd September 2014

I attended the Harvington planned meeting that was held in our village hall last week. This meeting was very well attended. My opinion regarding the building of some 278 houses in the village is one of very considerable doubt.

At least you can get across the street in Pershore!

12:19pm Monday 22nd September 2014

I HAVE some sympathy with those who wrote to the Journal about speeding through Pershore High Street.

My shock at seeing the hunt

12:14pm Monday 22nd September 2014

MY usual walk with the dogs was curtailed (September 13) when I observed that the hunt was out over the fields where I usually walk (on the public footpath between Sedgeberrow and Wormington).

Thank you for helping the talking newspaper

12:12pm Monday 22nd September 2014

ON behalf of all our blind and partially sighted listeners I would like to say a huge thank you to the people of Pershore who so generously donated to the Pershore Talking Newspaper street collection on Saturday, September 6.

Why didn't we get some commentary from a cycling expert?

12:05pm Monday 22nd September 2014

AS somebody who does not follow cycling in a great way, I thought it would be a great opportunity to enlighten my ignorance of the sport by watching the Tour of Britain go through Evesham.

Drinking in park is a problem, so do something about it!

11:55am Monday 22nd September 2014

I SEE this problem simply.

Thanks for your generosity to our hospital

11:54am Monday 22nd September 2014

ON behalf of the Friends of Evesham Community Hospital may I express sincere appreciation for the generosity of the public in supporting the collection at the Morrisons store on September 5 and 6.

Thanks for the bands in Abbey Park

11:49am Monday 22nd September 2014

I WOULD just like to say a big thank-you to Clive and his few helpers for putting on the excellent Sunday afternoon bands down Abbey Park throughout the summer.

Sweeney Todd was first class

11:47am Monday 22nd September 2014

A BIG thank-you to the Evesham Operatic and Dramatic Society.

Too late to complain about out-of-town shopping now

11:42am Monday 22nd September 2014

CONSIDERING we are already 30 years into a programme of reducing the town centre to a secondary shopping area through the retail developments at Four Pools, Twyford and Worcester Road, isn’t it a bit late for councillors to have concerns about further destruction of the town?

We deserve better than this

Evesham Journal: (10156169)

12:15pm Friday 19th September 2014

A FEW weeks ago you published a letter from Richard Thomson, in which he decried the state of the pavements in the centre of Evesham, especially in the area of the Allee de Dreux. Mr Thomson called on the county council, as the responsible authority, to use some of the money paid by Hotchief as penalty for the delay in finishing the Abbey Road Bridge to make good the aforesaid pavements. His letter was met with a thundering silence by the county council, despite the fact that the cabinet member responsible for these matters is a local councillor.

If there are no shops in Evesham why would coaches come here?

10:57am Friday 19th September 2014

WYCHAVON councillors are concerned that the new B and M store will suck business from the town.

Wanton slaughter of wildlife is not being done out of any love of cows

10:49am Friday 19th September 2014

DOMINIC Dyer of the Badger Trust and Care for the Wild is correct when he states that culling badgers is "ill-conceived" and "will contribute nothing to reducing bovine TB in cattle" (Journal, September 11).

Evesham needs free parking

10:47am Friday 19th September 2014

AS usual Evesham council moans about retailers moving to the edge of town.

Oh, no! Pershore High Street is closing again

10:33am Friday 19th September 2014

LET joy be unconfined!

What's the point of low rates if our hygiene is so poor?

6:16pm Thursday 18th September 2014

I READ recently that we have some of the lowest rates in the area.






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