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TRAGIC dad’s dream came true - all thanks to you... (Ex­press, July 26), Ni­cola Davies: He re­ally could make friends in a empty room. Such a lovely gen­uine gen­tle­man, who touched the hearts of many. Rip Joel un­til we meet again. Rachel Gab­bott: This is so sad, life is too cruel, those poor chil­dren must be break­ing. What beau­ti­ful mem­o­ries they will have. Rest in peace, my thoughts are with this beau­ti­ful fam­ily x. Anna Daven­port: I feel hon­oured to have known Joel at St Johns and Hen­bury. He truly was a lovely per­son and I’m send­ing my love to his friends and fam­ily at this very sad time xx. Shar­nagh Byrne: I used to work with Joel and he was gen­uinely one of the nicest peo­ple I have ever met in my life. So so sad­dened by his pass­ing xx. Dorothy Ward: Think­ing of Anthea, Stephen, Jake and his beau­ti­ful chil­dren. RIP Joel. Xx. So­phie Re­becca: Rest In Peace Joel. Think­ing of Anthea, Stephen, Jake and the rest of his fam­ily x. Kaz Bask: So lovely the chil­dren will have these mem­o­ries. Tragic young life can be so cru­elly taken. He was ob­vi­ously loved so much. Xxx. Laura Rum­sey: Mem­o­ries from school as such a lovely lad, thoughts are with your fam­ily xxx. Sue Ar­mitt: God bless Joel and send­ing love prayers and thoughts to his lovely fam­ily xx. Claire Louise Knight: So glad he got to have his hol­i­day, so sorry to you all for your loss xxx. Michaela But­ler: Amaz­ing guy great guy lots of happy mem­o­ries Rip Joel taken too soon xx. Max Leigh: Thank you all again, it’s greatly ap­pre­ci­ated. I will miss him ev­ery sec­ond of ev­ery day xx. Dazz Perkins: “Rip Joel a top lad who will be missed by so many. Sarah De­war: R.I.P Joel, sleep tight xxx. Stephen Lukoschek: So sad rip Joel. Claire Hall Har­ring­ton: So sad RIP Joel x. Tasha Roper: Sleep tight Joel xx. Janet Bark­erRem­blance: I’m go­ing to miss you al­ways xx. Gaz Murphy: Rip Joel gut­ted, sound lad will be missed. David Tay­lor: Rip Joel mate. He was a crack­ing lad xx. Michael Ball: V sad xx .

RES­I­DENTS pre­pare for a ‘fight’ over green belt plans (Ex­press, July 26) Stephen McDer­mott: Can’t stand peo­ple whing­ing about build­ing on green belt. Don’t care that there’s a hous­ing cri­sis and young peo­ple can’t get on the prop­erty lad­der and start a new home, ei­ther stuck with their par­ents or ripped off by pri­vate land­lords. What they re­ally mean is “Don’t go spoil­ing my view, or mak­ing the place look un­tidy with young fam­i­lies, and ru­in­ing the value of my over-in­flated prop­erty, which I in­her­ited or bought for next to noth­ing 30 years ago.” Danny Hi­bell: Full of NIMBY’s where do you all think peo­ple are go­ing to live? At some point build­ing on green belt land will need to hap­pen. Liz Dono­van: Quite apart from the loss of habi­tat, bull­doz­ing a marsh, fill­ing in a pond, de­stroy­ing the habi­tats of owls etc, it’ll make Newquay Drive and the Green­side Es­tate even busier than they al­ready are, and lead to even more pol­lu­tion at the Whirley Rd/ Ch­ester Rd junc­tion. Build­ing houses where there is no pub­lic trans­port early morn­ing and after 18.00, and very lit­tle pub­lic trans­port dur­ing the day will also add to the night­mare that is get­ting into and out of Macc on any day aside from school hol­i­days. Adam Jones: Peo­ple need places to live sim­ple as. If we want to save the owls then tell all your fam­ily to stop hav­ing kids. Maria Wood: Brown field sites should be made avail­able first and of course all the empty houses/ of­fices. If these were of­fered cheaper we wouldnt need to touch the green­belt at all.

CAM­ERAS will catch shop­pers parked at the med­i­cal cen­tre (Ex­press, July 26) Clare Bar­rett: I work at the med­i­cal cen­tre and not even the staff can park there so we have to park on Brock Street if we can get a space or any­where we can. Adele Woods: As the past few times I’ve been to the doc­tors I’ve been sat in the wait­ing room for 1 1/2 to 2 hours de­spite hav­ing ap­point­ment times I can com­pletely un­der­stand why they have brought it in as you al­ways have them few peo­ple who take ad­van­tage so the rest of us have to pay. It’s un­fair, it’s an­other stress added on top of a stress­ful anx­ious time for peo­ple. Kirsty Ab­bott: I was there to­day, it’s very easy and free and if you are longer than an hour just tell them at re­cep­tion and you’re fine. Michelle Bai­leyEd­wards: The signs should be more clear and they should have warned peo­ple in plenty of time be­fore they put the things in.”

Joel Green went to Euro Dis­ney Paris with his chil­dren Travis and Poppy be­fore he died from cancer after an ap­peal by part­ner Maxie Rem­blance

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