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PUBLISHED: 12:47 26 January 2006 | UPDATED: 20:19 03 May 2010

SIR, - May we say a very public thank you to Mr Jim Bennie of St Albans District Council's Parks and Open Spaces Department for arranging to have the barrier removed from an area in the Longacres playing field in St Albans and replaced with a chicane. Thi

SIR, - May we say a very public thank you to Mr Jim Bennie of St Albans District Council's Parks and Open Spaces Department for arranging to have the barrier removed from an area in the Longacres playing field in St Albans and replaced with a chicane. This is very much more pedestrian and push-chair friendly. The public are very quick to complain when things go wrong - which is as it should be - but I also think that we should show our appreciation when complaints are listened to and rectified. BOB and MAGGIE SNYDER, Pinewood Close, St Albans.

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