Dave Cobey said: “I can see this dragging on for years.”
Emma Lawson said: “Whilst I understand people’s views on keeping Macclesfield silk heritage alive if something isn’t done to the town centre soon it will die out completely.”
David Scott said: “Town centre is dead, no life and atmosphere, new town centre, new jobs and life and happiness, so stop with the row and get on building it.”
Dominic Gibbs said: “This isn’t about being a “clone town” it’s about giving the people what they want. There’s a reason why footfall in the town centre has dramatically gone down, because we’ve turned to the internet and Manchester to buy clothes, toys etc.
Sharon Pollard said: “Complete waste of time because even if we wanted another clone town nobody could afford the extortionate rent and rates and the parking fees, then there’s the expense of the cinema in favour of the local Cinemac! Big fail.”
Tom Parkinson said: “Get it done asap”. ●● In our February 4 edition we reported on a new initiative at King Edward Street Chapel which is renting out pews to people to sell crafts and wares.
Rebecca Hulme said: “Religion on the decline and the church have to make money somehow.” List’ is a major source of scandal in Greece.
At about the same time, the French government supplied a list of suspected British tax evaders to the UK government.
To date none on that list have been prosecuted.
That ‘HSBC list’ of names is now a major source of scandal in the UK.
Who are the pots? Who are the kettles? David Whalley via email
●● This misty shot ‘Sunrise from Windyway Kennels on Sunday morning’ was sent to us by Megan Robinson via email. Upload your images to our flickr page at www.flickr.com/groups/maccpics or email them (in jpeg format) to macclesfieldexpress@ menmedia.co.uk. We’ll print the best ones