I deserved an apology, not a parking ticket
COULD those who impose parking controls at the City Hospital please note – people do not park on grass verges, risking damage to their cars, in order to avoid paying parking charges? They park there because there are no spaces in the car park.
I therefore think that if someone, such as myself, is required to park at City Hospital for a number of hours and is forced, through lack of space, to park on a verge, they should not be issued a parking ticket – as was I and those near me on Monday.
They should instead be issued with an apology for the inconvenience they suffered.
Forewarning on the lack of space and the advisability of getting the bus would reduce these difficulties.
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As would clear signage from the Hucknall Road entrance to the large-ish car park at the Oxclose Lane entrance – where I noticed a few spaces on my way out, having taken the wrong exit due to getting completely lost after my lengthy search for somewhere to park!
I AM writing in support of K. Robson (Letters, January 25) who I am in total agreement with.
I have just returned from holiday, where I met a couple from Worksop. They tell me that they do all their shopping in Sheffield and for the very reasons that K. Robson points out – the relentless and unnecessary persecution of motorists in Nottingham under the guise of road safety.
W J GREENGRASS
WHY should anyone be proud that Armed Forces Day 2013 is to be held in Nottingham?
Mali is the next destination for the career mercenaries masquerading as defenders of this country.
Those who oppose war and who really desire peace should attend the Stop The War conference in London on February 9.
THE Nottingham Post rightly highlights the activities of so-called "trolls" who use Facebook and other media to post inflammatory messages online, just to provoke a response.
If I write to the Post, I have to supply my name and address, so why is it that people can write such messages, which insult, abuse, and denigrate others, without revealing their name?