'˜Eyesore' building came as no surprise
No surprise to read the headline '˜eyesore' building in March 10 issue. After all it is only a few weeks ago that it was reported that Morrisons had not signed over the site.
Could this some how be tied in with the struggle they are having competing with the other supermarkets to retain customers?
Surely Roger Chandler has no need to visit a surgery for repeat prescriptions now that they are handled electronically and most will deliver, whereas I am faced with a journey to Wick when the Arun Medical Centre moves or changes doctors.
With the prospect of hundreds if not thousands of new residents coming into the area, surely it is a new surgery that is wanted.
It would never surprise me to see one of the big name stores go or at least shrink, now we know M&S do not wish to set foot in the town.
All through the years it was questioned why didn’t they open a store here.
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