If you don’t like children, move
I HAVE just returned home from work to discover that some residents of Greyhound Chase have yet again been complaining about children playing. This time, heaven forbid, for a grand total of four chalk arrows being drawn on the pavement outside their homes. This was part of a treasure hunt my children were taking part in, and I fail to see what the problem is. If it was in permanent marker or a string of obscenities then I can see that there would be reason to complain. If you can’t stand the thought of children having a little fun then perhaps you should have chosen to live somewhere more remote. Laura Cronin, Greyhound Chase, Singleton, Ashford.