Readers' Letters

Making light of ‘man flu’

ANN RAMSBOTTOM Little Plumstead, Norwich

I was sorry to hear that poor Mr Haverson succumbed to Man Flu (The Last Word, March). I have a husband andread more

Pier poser

Derek Cook Gorleston

Re- April issue, “It happened then”, the picture of men outside Britannia Pier entrance was obviously posed for, the planking would haveread more

That’s entertainment

Marjorie Hamond Bradwell

  I was surprised to see a picture of myself on page 86 of the April issue of Let’s Talk. I amread more

How to beat gout

Graham Pickhaver Briston, Melton Constable

I was interested to read Terry Redhead’s article on gout (April, 2014). I developed gout a few years ago. While on holidayread more

It ain’t half hot

Kevin Douglas Melton, Woodbridge

Some Norfolk lads serving at (what looks like) RAF Bhita (I think the correct spelling may be Bihta) in India in 1944.read more

Grandad and the Germans

MICK CORSTON Wickham Market, Woodbridge

From our Norfolk village granddad went to London, joined the Metropolitan Police and was promoted to sergeant. When he retired and returnedread more

Hotwire to a cuddle

RICHARD BAKER North Walsham

As well as David Clayton and Neil Haverson and their techniques for effecting a cuddle in the car (A wheel romance, February),read more

Epilepsy plea

Michael White Fundraising Events Officer, Epilepsy Action

Purple Day, on Wednesday March 26, is a fantastic way to raise awareness and funds for epilepsy. We are encouraging people toread more

Thanks, comrades

Monica Green High Kelling, Holt

May I please thank all the lovely people who answered my letter enquiring about the title of the ‘Pre-programme’ Speedway march. Fromread more

Our happy Alpine hols

Kathie Chapman Brampton, Norwich

In the recent article by John Carter the names ‘Fiss’ and ‘Serfaus’ leapt out at me. Asread more

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