Thanks to car crash rescuers
May I say thanks to several fellow motorists through the medium of your newspaper. MywifeandIwasinvolvedinan accident onFlettonParkwayon Wednesday, December 19, my car waspushedofftheslip road anddownanembankmentinto trees. Three passing motorists stopped to help us get out from our badly damaged car. I would like to thank the First Aid trained man that comforted my wife and helped her out through the trees. Also the woman who kept an eye on me - she happenedto be a qualified nurse and her brother who retrieved things from the car for me. They stayed with us until the ambulance came an we were checked out in it at the roadside. Thanks also to the medics and police whowerepoliteandprofessional. When things like this happen your mind is in a whirl and you don’t think to ask names but I just hope the people that were helping us read this thank you.
John Whyman my cardboard and I found the place to putmywrappingpaper with ease. Finding somewhere for the tins was not as easy though, so I asked for help. “Stick ‘ em in there,” came the reply, with a fingerpointing at a skip labelled ‘ HouseholdWaste – black bags’ which was presumably destined for landfill. Can somebody remind me, please, what the council was saying about being or wanting to bethe“environment capital” of the country?
Simon Potter the wind solar farms; to install solar panels on900acres of top arable land ( equivalent to 750 football pitches) within 3 locations around Peterborough. I thought the project for Peterborough to be environmental capital was based on both wind and solar panels and wind was seen as the most profitable. Surely then, if the wind turbines produce the most power and best profit they should be considered first for planning approval. Also, how on earth are we expected to believe that turbinescanbeinstalledatalater date onsites already covered in thousands of solar panels? I fail to see how this scheme will makeany profit for the city without the use of wind and if approval for the wind element is not given at a later date how this project has any credibility. Peterborough City Council appears to have gone the wrong way around things which increases speculation that personal interests are more in keeping with solar. Farmerscanfarmaroundwind turbines! Should they not have been the first thing to have established within this manic scheme?