Welwyn Garden City poplars double act
SIR – A double G & T. I am not referring to a gin and tonic, of course, but to Mike Hobday s double act with Nigel Quinton on exposing the Gristwood and Toms report. Mike Hobday had nothing new to say in his letter last week and all that he wrote was a
SIR - A double G & T.
I am not referring to a gin and tonic, of course, but to Mike Hobday's double act with Nigel Quinton on exposing the Gristwood and Toms report.
Mike Hobday had nothing new to say in his letter last week and all that he wrote was a repetition of what Nigel Quinton had already said on the subject.
So why did Mike Hobday not acknowledge Nigel Quinton's ideas, which were acknowledged in a couple of the previous WHT items on the subject?
Is he now passing them off as his own ideas?
And, Welwyn & Hatfield Times, I was dismayed to see that that Mike's letter took priority over mine, in which I pointed out an error in Clare Berry's letter of the week before. It was in the south car park that the risk to the trees was 'moderate', according to the FLAC report.
- 1 Shoppers predict ‘demise’ of Welwyn Garden City town centre after store closures announced
- 2 Marks & Spencer confirm Welwyn Garden City store closure
- 3 Outdoor gym opens in Hatfield
- 4 Three bulldogs rescued from fire by passersby
- 5 Next to close Welwyn Garden City store this week
- 6 ‘Please do not vote to damage Welwyn irreparably’
- 7 Council fights for lower housing targets
- 8 Supermarkets issue urgent product recall after salmonella found in products
- 9 £45m bid to improve QEII Hospital
- 10 Flooding in Hatfield 'damages' vehicles
So why did she write that this was the case in the north car park?
Isn't this misleading for a letter claiming that nothing the council or officers had said on the subject was misleading?
Lib Dem councillor.