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  • Frustrated by a poor service

    SEEING a new timetable posted for the bus, commencing on August 3, I looked to see if the 21B to Hendrefoilan and Three Crosses had maybe been given the one...

  • Shocked at cost of council's courier

    THERE is no doubt about it, Swansea Council is full of surprises. We now learn that council documents — summonses — indeed anything that happens to...

  • Why target the most vulnerable?

    I AM writing in support of my daughter, Karen Struel White, in respect of the proposed closure of the West Cross Day Centre and other day service centres in...

  • Shocked by woman's shameless attitude

    EVERYONE is full of praise for Swansea Council's policy of planting wild flowers around Swansea, as reflected in the many letters which you have published...

  • Battling back against illness

    I WAS saddened to read that Anthony Barletta, from Gendros, was not expected to survive meningitis and septicaemia at just 22 months (Evening Post, Saturday)....

  • Thanks for the great concert

    THANK you to Swansea Council and everyone who sponsored Katherine Jenkins's homecoming concert at the weekend. It was lovely to see the community and people...

  • People do need foodbanks' help

    AM BYRON Davies has jumped on a bandwagon too far when commenting on foodbanks (Letters, July 17).He may be unaware, or prefer to remain silent, but when...

  • Flight service was high class

    I WOULD like to praise City Jet Aircraft for a comfortable fight from Cardiff Airport to Glasgow, and the return flight a week later. City Jet employees were...

  • Thank your for your honesty

    I WOULD like to thank the passenger and driver who found and handed in my wallet, which I had dropped while travelling on the 118 Rhossili bus on July 22.It is...

  • Can you help with project?

    I AM a recent history graduate from Swansea University.I am emailing with regards to a project that I am co-ordinating and am hoping to present in the National...

  • Unite and fight for our land

    MORE housing developments mean more children, but if the council has its way, less school land (Penyrheol comprehensive, Pontarddulais, etc).Millions have...

  • We are acting over welfare

    IN reply to the letter from Liz Evans (Post, July 21) I must point out that the principles I quoted in my previous letter about how Trussell Trust foodbanks...

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  • Time to ignore 'dash for gas'

    I WAS pleased to see that John Griffiths, the minister who was recently appointed to take over responsibility for the environment in Wales, issued a written...

  • Problems with energy policy

    BRIAN Hughes (Letters, July 17) claims that the proposed tidal lagoon will generate power for 23 hours a day, an assertion which is based on his standing on the...

  • Can you help to trace my friend?

    I AM writing to your paper to see if you could trace a very old friend of mine who moved from Dawley Telford to study at Swansea University in the late...