Cathedral not a place to eat pies
I write in reply to Kevin Fletcher's article, ("Cathedral should not be market", Mailbox, February 23).
I went along at 2pm on the Saturday out of curiosity as I love vintage fairs.
There was a long queue but I went in anyway.
I wholeheartedly agree with Mr Fletcher. I too was upset, as people were eating pies and food in such a wonderful place.
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I left after a few minutes. I had seen enough.
J Leader, Leicester.
I am not sure which "experts" area traffic control consulted when they heard that "there were no reports of any problems" during the first day of work to install bus lanes on the A426 Glen Parva ("No traffic issues as work starts", Mercury, March 6).
I doubt that it was residents and local drivers who were asked.
They are already experiencing problems entering and exiting side roads or their own driveways.
Yet again, it seems, the experiences of residents who live along this route are being ignored.
Things don't seem to change. Local people just don't seem to matter.
Alan Bailey, County councillor for Blaby and Glen Parva.
I must congratulate Guthlaxton College on a superb performance of High School Musical.
The entire cast was dedicated to performing to a very high standard, making the show a delight to watch. Their hard work, enthusiasm, energy and love of the stage was clear throughout the show, with everyone playing their role to make the show a huge success.
Well done to the cast, musicians, production team, backstage and tutors, you are a credit to the college.
Sandie Podgers, Wigston.
In his article about the Geneva motor show in this week's motoring supplement, Matt Joy states that Geneva is the Swiss capital; this is incorrect, the Swiss capital is Bern.
Don Tallis, Wigston.