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FOLLOWING news that the Senior Moments centre has opened at the West End Centre, Star readers may be glad to learn that this year a drop-in centre called Open House started in Park Church Hall at 258 Lower Farnham Road.
Having seen the news about the horrific Warehouse fire in Warwickshire where four firefighters tragically lost their lives, I wonder what would happen if there was such an incident in one of the proposed new megasheds at Hartland Park (Pyestock). I believe the following points should be adequately addressed before any go-ahead is given.
MY granddad didn’t do politics at St Michael’s School, Sandhurst in 1905 but he still fought for his country during World War I.
Mrs Lowering rightly draws attention to the neglect of the memorial near the health centre in Aldershot (Star Letters, November 15).
Following the recent tragic fire in Warwickshire, Rushmoor’s Labour group has backed the growing call for Government to change the regulation so that all new and existing buildings whether for leisure or similar use or commercial and office sites of any size should have fire resisting suppression systems fitted.
WITH reference to Jim White’s letter (Star letters, November 1), I would like to point out that I left the Lib Dems of my own free will; I was not “kicked out”.
In response to the letter on your letters page last week Where Are Poppies?
NEAR the Health Centre in Aldershot, there is a plaque with names on it of local men and boys who gave their lives for their country in WW2.
Blind Dennis Haig’s plight (Star, November 8) raises some interesting points about Fleet’s wheeled bins.
YOUR picture last week showing a boy with reflective badges was encouraging but it reminds me that the dark winter mornings will soon be on us and far too many youngsters, many wearing dark clothing, will be out and about – often on unlit roads – delivering newspapers and using bicycles with no lamps and without adequate brakes.