Flood tablet was retained

BRIAN Boyle (Letters, May 14) is right to point out that we should value our heritage more by seeing that modern developments make use of the history of a site. I am sure he will be happy to know that the South Street developers did replace the flood-leve

BRIAN Boyle (Letters, May 14) is right to point out that we should value our heritage more by seeing that modern developments make use of the history of a site.

I am sure he will be happy to know that the South Street developers did replace the flood-level marker stone as my photograph shows. My summer series of heritage walks (pjibbett@aol.com) will visit sites in St Neots which should have information boards, art or sculpture to reflect their past.

PETER IBBETT

Masefield Avenue


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