Youngsters need to learn respect from an early age
I, ALONG with probably many others, was extremely angry to read about the vandals who cut off the heads of the wonderful sand sculptures at Weston and also the mindless idiots who decided to deface the mural which children had just painted at their school.
I recently witnessed in Stockwood an older lady suggest that a young child, who had dropped the wrapper of her ice-cream cone on the ground, could put it in the litter bin just two feet away.
The girl picked it up and the lady said she was a good girl. Then the girl started bawling. Her teenage mum then appeared from a shop and I heard her say "Don't you take any notice of what that woman said. You drop your wrapper where you want to". Her outburst included some four letter words. What an example.
Sadly we seem to have lost not one but two generations, all because they were not taught, from an early age, right from wrong or respect for other people and other people's property, they only think of themselves.
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Unfortunately, I also sadly read today about a wildlife hospital (albeit in Leicester) which suffered a break in - their 26 stainless steel and aluminium cages were all stolen, presumably for their scrap value.
Unfortunately the poorly animals who were recuperating were just thrown out during the burglary.
Eight hedgehogs were amongst those that died as a result.
Just where did the scrap metal merchant think these cages had come from?
Mrs M H Tucker