TO use the vernacular Malvern resident Martin Burd should wind his neck in'

Life is about exploring possibilities for all, not taking a flat-earth attitude.

In the 1950s a trip to the top of the hills was a treat, especially with fizzy drink at the top.

But the awful debacle with the Conservators did for the rebuilding of the burnt-down cafe.

I know they have strict regulations which have preserved the hills, but time moves on and some positive thought from all concerned would not go amiss.

And let's face it; the Alps et al seem to cope well.

I do defer to Dudley Brooke, his passion and knowledge are invaluable, but really what harm would such an attraction do and what a legacy of positive thinking it might be!

RIA Green

Hanley Swan