Readers' Letters

Fifties serial back on radio

STEPHANIE CUBITT Norwich

In the May edition of Let’s Talk Neil Haverson reminisces on the 1950s, and said he was glued to the radio forread more

Happier and healthier

JOHN K HAROLD Ipswich

I’ve often been told: “Stop living in the past” but in many ways I was happier and healthier with less worries financiallyread more

The worst of times

Monica Woods Harleston

My parents moved to a council flat when I was about seven in 1956. It was a new estate. I remember myread more

The best of times

DAVID M COE Norwich

Neil Haverson asks readers about their memories of the 1950s and whether they were the “good old days”. Harold Macmillan famously saidread more

If you can’t be there

Pam Appleby Botesdale, Diss

I found out this week one of the advantages of using a computer. My cousin died recently and his funeral was atread more

Eye condition affects many people

DEREK HEFFER Drayton

This is a follow-up to the excellent look in your June issue to macular degeneration by Hellen Hillis. More than 15 yearsread more

Special school helped me to thrive

JOSEPH HARLOW Gorleston

In response to the article “A Life of Learning” in May’s issue of author Maurice Joel’s new book about the history ofread more

Model pupils

A G Hardwick Finningham, Suffolk

The article about the East Anglian School for Deaf and Blind at Gorleston (May) prompted me to recall that my late father-in-lawread more

Join the fight

Jenny Agutter OBE Actor and Action for Children Ambassador

I hope your readers will join the fight against youth homelessness by taking part in Byte Nightread more

The Royal Albatross

Margaret Manning Whangarei, New Zealand

The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge visited Dunedin, New Zealand, in April. But they didn’t get to the Royal Albatross Colony atread more

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