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Dear Editor Please find attached a photo of our family‘s newest addition, Hayden Graham White, attending his first ever Watford game. Hayden was born on October 8 2010 at Watford General Hospital to proud parents Roxanne Hall and Adam White. Beating Portsmouth 3-0 on New Year‘s Day was the perfect way to introduce Hayden to life at Vicarage Road. Little Hayden is the grandson of local builder Graham Hall and joins a long line of Watford supporters. Graham Hall


Dear Editor I have children at Tanners Wood JMI School and have been regularly doing the 'school run' since 2005. I have never witnessed any public disorder situations, or heard about any during playground gossip. However, there are several parents/guardians who park inconsiderately and potentially dangerously. These include parking on yellow lines immediately outside the schools gates in School Mead, and parking on the grass verges. I take issue with Peter Scott in his assertion that "parents park wherever they like and it's dangerous". There are a small minority of parents who lack common sense and commit minor motoring offences, but it does not apply to the majority. Another issue is the problem of dog faeces on the footway. This occurs on a near daily basis between the school gates and the premises housing the Hillside Residents Association Office. Andy Cox


Dear Editor I am both a parent with children and a local resident of Tanners Wood School. I walk my children to school but the road I live on, the Fairway, has its own problems from the school run. A lot of people use the road as a cut through and a lack of parking means that a lot of us have to park our cars partly on the path. The road is narrow and people won't give way to each other, others speed along it and our cars have regularly been damaged by passing cars. A permanent solution needs to be found for both problems. 1. Parking —the green is big enough to sustain more parking spaces around it. 2. Speed humps for the Fairway would discourage people cutting through a road clearly inadequate for the amount of traffic it sees. Jo Butler


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