I enjoyed reading ‘Tweeting around Clifton Street’ in the last issue of The Whistler, and the front cover. From my 20+ years of feeding garden birds I find the best value bird seed is from the Pound Shop in London Road, and Coombes Pet Shop in Baker Street (and Portland Road) which sells 20kg for £16 and they will deliver. Continue reading Letters to The Whistler
To all the fabulous West Hill Community Christmas team
Thank you so much for giving us such a fabulously memorable evening. As ever, the food was first rate; the organisation impeccable; the live music perfectly fitting for the occasion; and the sense of community spirit, second to none. Robin and I feel so fortunate to live in a part of the city that has such a sense of community spirit. When we describe to friends and family what you all create, they can barely believe it! Continue reading Letters to The Whistler
Further to my question in the last issue about a ley-line marker stone in Air Street (which, by the way, I cannot find any more) I wanted to say that many years ago, I was made aware of various ley-lines throughout the country linking religious locations. Continue reading Letters to The Whistler
My name is Lucia. Me and my housemate Flo have just moved to Seven Dials and love it. We discovered your newspaper in the mail and we think it’s fab. We have picked at least one thing from every page to go and visit/do and can’t wait to explore! We wouldn’t have come across this if it wasn’t in the post, as I wouldn’t have thought where to pick up a local newspaper, but it’s great! Continue reading Letters to The Whistler
The ‘Coming Together’ section in the April/May issue of The Whistler asks for readers’ opinions about whether the paper should stay as it is or go online only. So, I’m casting my vote in favour of continuing to print a paper edition. It’s always a happy day when I receive the new one, and if it were solely online, I’m sorry to say that I would probably forget to read it. (And I don’t want that!) Best wishes, and thank you for your fantastic efforts.
Caroline Sullivan Continue reading Letters to The Whistler