Education plea

PUBLISHED: 16:33 14 December 2006 | UPDATED: 13:39 04 May 2010

I WANT to praise the refuse collection, the fire service and the postal service here, but would like to see improved adult daytime education in the city. As a young mum in Harlow 25 years ago I was able to drop my child at nursery and then walk to colleg

I WANT to praise the refuse collection, the fire service and the postal service here, but would like to see improved adult daytime education in the city.

As a young mum in Harlow 25 years ago I was able to drop my child at nursery and then walk to college to complete almost any course I wanted to do, collect my child and still have the rest of the day to work, shop and get my child to bed.

I think much older people, disabled and unemployed might benefit from daytime courses in a much extended college or separate building.

I also feel that a bus direct to Cambridge stopping at one or two places on the A10 backing the new estates would also be a great asset.

YVONNE RAUTENBACH

Brooke Grove

Ely

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