Sir, – As a child of the 80s, how sad to see the former nightclub and cinema, Flicks in Brechin, languishing unloved and neglected since closing 20 years ago.
Sir, – It is good that recycled plastic is being used in roadworks at Gardyne campus (“D&A College is paving with plastic in green road surfacing project”, The Courier, October 12).
Sir, – I have been a regular summer visitor to Montrose for more than a decade and I have enjoyed exploring all of the local attractions, including the Montrose Museum and the Montrose Air Station Heritage Centre.
Sir, – I am writing with regard to the proposed closure of Pitlochry High.
Sir, – I read with interest the on-going debacle between conservationists and the grouse shooting lobby over bird deaths in the Angus Glens (“War of words over bird deaths in Angus Glens”, The Courier, July 26).
Madam, – One of your frequent correspondents, Allan Sutherland, wastes no opportunity to criticise the Scottish Government or SNP.
Sir, – No one can be in any doubt now that the Tories intend to use Brexit as an excuse to pull the teeth of the devolved parliaments.
Sir, – With respect to the article regarding lack of labour for Tayside and Fife fruit farms (Courier, May 6) I am unable to understand why farmers are having to fly to Bulgaria and Romania to try to recruit labour for fruit picking and so on.
Sir, – With the UK government unravelling at an astonishing rate over the unmitigated disaster of Brexit I would like to point out a few cogent facts before the debate is lost in a fog of confusion.
Sir, – Lately I have read a lot of articles extolling the city of Dundee prior to the excitement surrounding the opening of the V&A.