Postbag: Pakring those bins

PUBLISHED: 08:08 05 January 2006 | UPDATED: 20:09 28 May 2010

I AM delighted that Uttlesford Environment Committee has at last solved the parking problems that prevail in Saffron Walden - by lining the streets with wheelie bins. Perhaps the bins could be coloured red, white and blue to demonstrate our collective all

I AM delighted that Uttlesford Environment Committee has at last solved the parking problems that prevail in Saffron Walden - by lining the streets with wheelie bins.

Perhaps the bins could be coloured red, white and blue to demonstrate our collective allegiance to Queen and Country.

JOHN CROSSMAN, Saffron Walden

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