So Julie Dore is writing to all of us to give her a helping hand.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: she couldn’t lead a horse to water. What will it be next? Does she want a hand tying her shoelaces?
Gwen Smith, Norfolk Park
A world of their own
what a pity we can’t put Cameron and Clegg on board the Mars mission. They could establish their own little world.
After all they’re already in a world of their own, or will be after the next elections.
Martha Carrington. Hallam.
Women of steel plea
Calling the women of steel. Did you work in a Sheffield munitions factory during the Second World War? Would you like to share your experiences for a historical study?
I am a student at a local university and need volunteers to participate in oral interviews. Please share your histories and experiences of munitions factory war work.
Contact me at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 07927 141 114.
Poor postal service
I sympathise with the gentleman who was annoyed that his granddaughter didn’t receive her card in time for her birthday. I don’t know why we have a two-tier postal system as it clearly doesn’t work that way.
Unbeknown to ourselves, myself living in Sheffield and a friend in Inverness posted envelopes to each other on the same day. Hers had a first class stamp and mine a second. The second class one arrived in Inverness two days later, which I would say is quite acceptable.
I received the first class one this morning, having taken eight days to reach me in Sheffield. This is totally unacceptable
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