We all have a battle on our hands

First published in Letters

WHY is it that every week all we get is negative news from PCC?

Among the lastest cut backs have been the buses - maybe there should a better link and more regular schedule, then more locals would use public transport.

Recently we’ve also had Sunnybank pensioners being kicked out – what has been done the last 50 years with this building?

There was money for the new records office to be built (2013).

The Old Library – needs a new location?- then into Prendergast building.

As for cut backs with markets – look at our county town. Every second/third shop closed – like a ghost town.

Drop the rental fees – give one a chance to build up a business and jobs.

We need a bright future.

In the meantime they preach to us save! Why? We the people are not the spenders – the PCC/Government has already decided to save £20 million, while Carms only £12 million?

Then a budget of £337 million while Carms have £333 million – meanwhile £280 million on a racetrack for Wales!

All over the world people are getting out on the streets and protesting against their governments and leaders – we certainly have a battle on our hands -Withybush Hospital needs help – Pembrokeshire needs help – is it time for the brooms to come out of the closets?

The battle is still on.

WENDY FINSTER

Roethlein

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