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THIS WEEK’S LETTERS: Including Watermead Crematorium and the Winslow street naming row

Watermead fight

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Parenting styles discussed

Tiger, free-range – the pros and cons of popular parenting styles

What’s the best way to raise your child? It’s a question that has provoked the publication of numerous books, and seen authors race to coin the next quirky name for a new style of parenting.

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Letter round-up: Business rates, unitary, Europe, volunteering and the Great Grass Massacre...

Letter round-up: Business rates, unitary, Europe, volunteering and the Great Grass Massacre...

Our weekly round-up of the Herald letters page...

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Former Bucks County Council chief executive Chris Williams

Letters: Former county council boss Chris Williams welcomes unitary debate - and why Bedgrove councillor Mark Winn is backing Brexit

In this week’s round-up of the Herald letters page, former Bucks County Council chief executive Chris Williams has welcomed a study into going unitary.

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Morris men performing in Watermead (picture: M. Hill)

Letters round-up: Highways, potholes and Watermead crem

Roads and the Watermead crem feature in this week’s round-up of the Herald letters page.

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Thanks to Mick Tilbury for this picture of a sparrow hawk capturing a starling outside his Kingsash Road in Fairford Leys

Letters round-up: Unitary debate, tribute to teacher, travel info centre, why Vale shouldn’t go tax free, velodrome plan, UTC value, Good Samaritans, Europe referendum and kids not walking to school

Plenty of views in this week’s Herald letter’s page, including a letter co-signed by several business leaders calling for Bucks to go unitary.

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Thanks to Ron Adams for this picture of a very wet Riverside Walk in Meadowcroft

Letters round-up: Unitary, farming column, art of Islam, Charles Pope, Watermead Crem, tourist centre and Tilbury’s

Another bumper week for the Herald letters page – here’s what our readers are thinking...

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Photo by Rupert Anson

Letters round-up: Unitary, crematorium, travel centre folly, Tilbury’s and

This week one correspondent asks about the shop sign which has been revealed at Tilbury’s.

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Your letters

Letters: David Aylett, Europe, sugar tax, school reform, wind turbine, freight strategy and housing

The importance of David Aylett to Aylesbury’s music scene features heavily this week, alongside many other interesting opinions to get your teeth into.

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Your views.

Letters round-up: Hampden Fields, grammar system, dog mess, Europe, rail prices and wind turbines...

There’s a lot of different subjects in this week’s bumper round-up from the Herald letters page.

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Your views.

Letters round-up: Council responds over disabled parking plus Aylesbury’s musical heritage and Europe referendum IQ test

The row over disabled parking in Aylesbury continues on this week’s letters page.

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Letters round-up: Clarifying my view on Hampden Fields

Hampden Fields dominates this week’s round-up from the letters page.

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Bucks Herald letters round-up: Aldi access

In this week’s round-up of the Herald letters page a correspondent criticises the new Aldi store in Aylesbury.

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Motorhead's Friars gig on March 31, 1979 (Credit: Mark Jordan)

Letters round-up: Friars Aylesbury tribute to rock legend Lemmy

Friars Club boss David Stopps pays tribute to rock legend Lemmy in this week’s round-up of the Bucks Herald letters page.

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New UK passport criticised

New UK Passport under fire for lack of women

It is a badge of identity which seeks to celebrate some of the best-known cultural figures and landmarks in British life.

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A review into interruption of ambulance crew breaks has been ordered by the Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt

Review ordered into ambulance crew breaks

Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt has ordered a review of break protocol of ambulance crews in the wake of the tragic death of a teenager earlier this year.

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Letters round-up

Letters round-up: “Solemn responsibility to protect the fragile lives of these traumatised children”

This week’s letters page includes a call for government and councils to do all they can to protect refugee children.

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Letters round-up: Show support for neighbourhood plans

Neighbourhood plans and the Vale of Aylesbury Housing Trust feature in this week’s letters round-up.

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Letters round-up: Parking price hike is not a molehill

The row over increased parking charges in Aylesbury is once again a hot topic on the Herald letters page.

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Letters round-up: Make the theatre work!

The Waterside Theatre is the subject of several letters this week.

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