Driven mad

I NOTED with interest the remarks by Richard Lambert (October 17) that train users are not trying to avoid charges to park. So why are commuters parked on the streets at 5.30am, when the car park is not full? He does not say if he is one of them who park

I NOTED with interest the remarks by Richard Lambert (October 17) that train users are not trying to avoid charges to park. So why are commuters parked on the streets at 5.30am, when the car park is not full?

He does not say if he is one of them who park morally or immorally. They could always work in Cambridge and pay £18 a day.

We residents have had enough of returning from work with no parking available. Any area near a station up or down the main line has parking restrictions in place to protect the residents.

Parents cannot pick up kids, as all round the school is blocked with commuters. I am sure Mr Lambert would not mind if everyone from Kimbolton School parked in the castle gardens. I think not.


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