YOUR article about our High Street requested feedback from local residents and businesses.
Well, here is some: it is 3pm on Monday, October 4, and the High Street and neighbouring streets are jammed up again while we wait eight weeks for them to replace some piping.
What will it take for British Gas to wake up and send some people to work?
We counted about eight workers, six of whom were yakking away to each other about their weekend, watching the other two working.
Yes, only two working. No one worked at the weekend - maybe they were tired.
Sooner or later, someone will die in an ambulance queued on the hill into our village waiting to get to Harefield Hospital.
What it must be doing to businesses, like those doing takeaways at the Chinese and Indian restaurants, must be catastrophic.
I have travelled to many countries, and these contractors are simply 'taking the micky' by comparison.
On the continent, in the USA, in Canada and in Japan, for essential disruptive work like this they would send a big crew, and work them overtime and at weekends, then get it done 'lickedy-split'.
Instead, we have Tom, Dick and Harry - sorry, just Tom and Dick, because Harry must be on a break.
I took a few pictures of them 'at work', but I would need a time-lapse camera to see anything productive going on.
TONY FAULKNER New Park Road