A reader says it's time for doctors to start seeing patients face to face again.
A letter writer says district councillors ignored public opinion when choosing a new school site.
A letter writer has hit out at GPs who are still carrying out mainly video or phone consultations.
Here are the readers' letters which appeared in the September 29 edition of the Fenland Citizen.
A Fenland Citizen reader has some environmental concerns.
A letter writer has argued that a youth football tournament was detrimental to the village where it was held.
An 80-year-old has written to complain about the way doctors' patients are being treated.
A letter writer has expressed her disgust at a group of trees being chopped down.
A letter writer has spoken of his anger over an incinerator plan.
A letter writer has commended Speed Watch volunteers but said the scheme is a waste of time.
Here's this week's letters to the Fenland Citizen editor.
In this week's letters, an adult gaming enterprise, NHS digital data sharing and Covid-19 are up for discussion.
In a letter to the editor, a reader argues that bank closures are not about footfall.
A road user has written to the Fenland Citizen to complain about our roads and the way they are repaired.
This week we publish your letters on homelessness, county elections, Covid-19 and a town pocket park.