Maybe they can take a selfie of potholes next

Maybe they can take a selfie of potholes next

Maybe they can take a selfie of potholes next

First published in Letters

IT was lovely to see the picture (July 10) of county councillors Hudspeth and Nimmo Smith enjoying themselves on the river at Henley – wonderful.

So perhaps for their next trip together, they will travel down the London Road, Headington, and take a few selfies stood next to potholes and so on.

I shall say no more.

DAVID REED, Pearce Way, Thame


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