Per­sonal ser­vice is ap­pre­ci­ated

Let's Talk - - POSTBAG -

It was very in­ter­est­ing to read about the Co- op in Septem­ber’s is­sue and I was prompted to write on the is­sue of disappearing shops on our high streets.

Low­est­oft High Street has a won­der­ful hab­er­dash­ery which I love to fre­quent when­ever I go into town.

It’s nice to be on first name terms with the owner and I al­ways get a lovely smile and hello. I love to see the dis­plays and what there is to buy. It is also nice to chat and catch up on what’s go­ing on. That’s how it was in days gone by and I’m sure we were en­riched by the shopping ex­pe­ri­ence.

I re­ally ap­pre­ci­ate small shops such as those where we get per­sonal ser­vice and noth­ing seems to be too much trou­ble. Buy­ing on­line isn’t half the fun and if we don’t use the high street, I’m sure we’ll live to re­gret it. JULIE HOGG Oul­ton Broad Suf­folk

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