Potholes are casting a shadow over our lives

Potholes are casting a shadow over our lives

Potholes are casting a shadow over our lives

First published in Readers' Letters
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I WAS, as I presume many residents of Imber Way were, impressed with the new street lighting installed recently.

The much brighter lights cast even more sinister shadows on the moonscape of potholes which litter the road from start to finish.

Guildhall Square is grand and the SeaCity Museum magnificent but with the impending centenery of the Great War are we being left as an artistic tribute to the shell cratered battlefields of the Somme more suited to a tank than a family saloon?

You do a good job, Southampton council, but please spend a few bob on our poor road, before we all have to start forking out for broken wheels and suspensions.

ROGER KINGMAN, holing, Southampton.

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9:07am Tue 14 Jan 14

Tenderhearts wife says...

They look almost as bad as the craters in the stretch of road from town to Totton. Cars are swerving to avoid them.
They look almost as bad as the craters in the stretch of road from town to Totton. Cars are swerving to avoid them. Tenderhearts wife
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