Short sen­tences and long scarves

Harefield Gazette - - OPINION - MRS B EARL Hamil­ton Cres­cent Har­row

READER Louise Frewin was in­spired to reach for her cam­era af­ter spot­ting this in­trigu­ing bird in her gar­den at Beach­wood Av­enue in Hilling­don.

The colour­ful char­ac­ter had been spot­ted fly­ing around for a few days be­fore ven­tur­ing into the gar­den.

Send your pho­tos to ros.collins@trin­i­tymir­ror. com with Uxbridge pic­ture of the week in the sub­ject line and we’ll print the best ones.

Don’t for­get to in­clude your de­tails. CAUSE For Con­cern:

As printed in the Daily Mail on Mon­day 8th Fe­bru­ary, our Prime Min­is­ter is con­tem­plat­ing keep­ing pris­on­ers in­car­cer­ated at week­ends only!

Lu­di­crous. Per­haps they should be given the key to the door and I thought (so did many oth­ers) that PRISON was sup­posed to be a place of pun­ish­ment! Cause For Amuse­ment: Two tall very at­trac­tive girls sat op­po­site me on the train.

Both sport­ing Dr Who-type scarves and the cus­tom­ary large hole in the knees of their jeans.

In uni­son, as they sat down, they wrapped the scarfs over their knees! Who do we have to thank for that

ridicu­lous fash­ion state­ment?

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