Mon 23 Oct 2017
ROTHERHAM town centre has been given a much-needed boost after menswear and formal hire firm Greenwoods’ confirmed its College Street store will remain open despite the firm’s new owners closing 22 across the country.
By READER on Tue 12 Sep 2017
I SEE people are calling for Jeremy Corbyn to condemn Venezuela’s president Nicolas Maduro for his treatment of his people. Also joining in is President Donald (Duck) Trump who wants condemnation of violence in Venezuela.
By READER on Wed 06 Sep 2017
ATTACK is the best form of defence and that is why Sarah Champion and Jayne Senior are under attack from the left wing dogma brigade, fear of being cast as prejudiced and politically incorrect brigade and the pandering to certain sections of the electorate (votes) brigade.
By Peter Wright on Wed 06 Sep 2017
I WAS dismayed to see Sarah Champion MP refer to the ‘floppy left’ as being ignorant of child sexual exploitation as that puts this massive problem in to a very small area of society.
By READER on Mon 04 Sep 2017
MY husband recently was taken to Rotherham District hospital as an emergency patient. From his admittance through A&E and B5 eventually onto HDU, I must say the treatment was second to none.
I SEE Clive Phillips has written the same as me about the town centre except for the shopkeepers leaving part.
By READER on Tue 22 Aug 2017
IN your article you say a Labour MP writing for The Sun is unlikely to end well.
RAY Darby ‘ex-Rotherham’ is obviously a man in some anguish that a Corbyn-led Labour party managed to attract 40 per cent plus of those who voted in the recent election (Your Letters — June 30).
By READER on Wed 16 Aug 2017
I WOULD be grateful if through the letters page of the Rotherham Advertiser you would give me the opportunity to respond to the letter from Mr Peter Wainwright published in the edition dated August 4.
By READER on Wed 09 Aug 2017
I WAS somewhat taken aback by Tim Taylor of the SYPTE telling us all about how safe the fire alarm system is at Rotherham Transport Interchange.
By READER on Tue 08 Aug 2017
IT’S been sometime since I penned a letter to the Advertiser but I have read some of the garbage coming from the far lefties, namely Paul Dewick, D Platts and then Jo Burton, all in total denial of past Labour failings and a complete ignorance of how the country’s finances work.
THE truth is out, Jeremy Corbyn’s vow to scrap tuition fees is rubbished by his own education chief Angela Rayner .She states the cost would be £100 billion, the equivalent of the entire economic output of Hungary.
By READER on Fri 28 Jul 2017
I’M pleased Richard Hammond has escaped virtually unscathed from his third life-threatening crash.
SOME three years ago we began a process known as ‘Stopping Up’ to prevent access to vehicles at either end of Doles Lane; this is the narrow lane linking lower and upper Whiston. For which there are two alternative routes, both better for vehicles.
By READER on Wed 19 Jul 2017
THE dust has settled after the general election and two things were confirmed; Theresa May is not fit to lead the country and Labour must not regain power this century.
I AM researching a book about psychedelic rockers Pink Floyd, famed for their 1979 hit Another Brick In The Wall and their fabulous stage effects, including the inflatable pig Algie who once slipped his moorings at Battersea Power Station and flew off across London.