The Daily Telegraph
SIR – I am old enough to remember the vast acres of glasshouses in Worthing producing the famous Worthing tomatoes (Letters, February 27). Where are they now?
I suspect they have been given over to warehousing, light industry and the inevitable huge garden centre. In Hertfordshire there used to be fields of sugar beet. They are now housing estates.
Britain can grow stuff brilliantly. We just need to return to the common sense of eating in season.
Christchurch, New Zealand