Not everyone has the luxury of a car
Re: ‘Save buses that serve hospitals’ (Letters page, Bucks Advertiser, September 11) I SYMPATHISE with Christine Feathers.
Chalfont St Giles has 8,000 inhabitants and we do not have a single bus to High Wycombe or Wexham Hospital. The problem is not money but our councillors do not consider it is necessary as ‘everyone has a car’, according to them.
Bucks County Council unfortunately has no proper policy in place to allocate bus services where needed.
Bottrells Lane Chalfont St Giles
supported the restoration of Geary’s Meadow and other environmental group’s activities, such as Friends of Holtspur Bank and The Beaconsfield Society.
He was passionate about the Old Town and took a keen interest in BOTRA’s activities. He also found time to found the Beaconsfield Twinning Association and to be a school governor and treasurer of numerous organisations.
Henry was one of life’s gentlemen, I never saw him angry or raise his voice.
Nevertheless, you knew when he felt strongly about an issue. I am proud to have been able to call him my friend and it was a privilege to have known him.
LES DAVIES President of the Beaconsfield