Take pride in city
IN RESPONSE to a letter in The Herald on September 7, saying that Plymouth City Centre should be demolished.
I would like to remind the person who wrote it that a lot of people who helped to rebuild Plymouth after the Blitz, are still alive or they had relations that did more on the rebuilding. Also the majority of people who live in Plymouth are proud of their city.
Admittedly the empty shops on Western Approach are an eyesore. Since they back on to Colin Campbell Court car park, they could be used and incorporated in building a new bus station, as Royal Parade is heavily congested with traffic. If the buildings in Plymouth were looked after properly, people wouldn't complain.
Also to the person who says she doesn't like the noise from the planes. I used to live near Plymouth Airport and the noise never bothered me or my visitors. It is not like they flew all night like Gatwick or Heathrow. It is the same with a railway, if you live near one of them you have to put up with the noise. You have them thundering past especially express trains or when there used to be freight trains.
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We need this airport.
J KITCHING (MRS)