Letter writer is a disgrace
I WOULD like to reply through your letters page to the person who placed a horrid letter on my windscreen (and bent my wiper blade) in Arrowe Park Hospital between 9 and 10 am on July 18.
“I to have visited security and presented them with your letter which they have photocopied, and they will be reviewing security cameras to see who you are, not only to write such a horrid note but also, because you must have spied inside and noted on what contents I had in my car.
For your information, I do not work at Arrowe Park Hospital, as you suggested, but took my elderly mother to the eye clinic, and due to her medical problems dropped her at the door, and drove into car park and parked in a disabled car space and used my legal badge.
I admit I did not use my crutch. If you looked closely enough you would have seen that the handle was broken, which happened when the wind caught my car door, yesterday, hence I was unable to use it.
Did you have your glasses on when you watched me walk the short distance to the eye hospital clinic?
If you did you would have seen me limping as I have nerve and muscle damage to my right leg. I have had six horrendous operations to my right leg, and I am now on the waiting list for yet another operation.
In future, get your facts right before penning such horrible notes. You must have a very sad life if you get pleasure in writing such letters while sitting in your car, and you are a wimp for not leaving your contact details.
If you think your final sentence justifies your unwelcome and rabid attack on myself, my mother and the blue badge scheme, think again.
No-name fanatics like yourself are nothing short of a disgrace hiding behind anonymity.
I WOULD like to express my thoughts over the appointment of a new chief executive to Wirral Council.
For a truly democratic state, this is wrong. A chief executive should be completely divorced from all political persuasions and be completely independent.
And more importantly, should be elected by the people of Wirral.
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I AM writing to make people aware of an unfortunately growing problem in our communities.
This problem is groups of people who should really know better, drinking, taking drugs and in some cases performing sexual acts in children’s play areas at all hours of day and night.
This is resulting in parents refusing to allow their children into aforementioned play areas and an increase in litter, i.e. plastic alcohol bottles, cans and cigarette ends strewn across the floor, which is far from suitable for a place which is supposed to be a safe area for children to enjoy themselves.
I have witnessed this several times within the play area adjacent to my place of business, resulting in me ringing the police on several occasions. This has led to my community patrol officer doing walk-throughs of the neighbourhood.
However, I realise that when the offenders are moved on they just move to another area and affect another community.
I urge anyone who sees this anti-social behaviour to do as I do and ring 101 and ask for Merseyside police or ring your local community patrol officer.
Why should children have to suffer because of selfish people who don’t have respect for other people and damage the image of our communities?
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