I WAS interested to read the Evening Times story about the financial problems facing the Glasgow Tigers' speedway outfit.
Their co-promoter, Alan Dick said he hopes that they will be able to raise the club's profile and attract more fans to the Ashfield track.
The area the track is located in Possilpark is a residential area and when there are meets at the Ashfield stadium, the local people are unable to open windows, sit in gardens or watch their TVs due to the noise.
If, as Mr Dick hopes, 1000 fans attend then the residents will have no pavement access with so many spectators' cars parked on them.
I also heard the Tigers were considering relocating. I suggest that this be to a non-residential area.
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OAPs are misled
I AGREE with the Evening Times reader re: pension increases (Thursday 19 April).
They give you an increase in state pension then take away £5.45 from your pension credit.
How does this Lib-Tory government get away with it?
Bring back Robin Hood.
D McCulloch Glasgow
WITH the council elections on May 3, many of your readers will already be filling in their postal votes or thinking about how they will vote in person at the polling station.
At council elections in Scotland voters number candidates in order of choice rather than using an X.
To help voters to cast their vote confidently we sent an information booklet to every household in Scotland.
If any of your readers did not receive their booklet they can download it at www.aboutmyvote.co.uk or call 0800 3 280 280 to order a copy.
Head of Scotland Office
I LOVED the Evening Times pictures of the new 2014 Commonwealth Games tartan.
But I couldn't help wondering who caber tossing champion 'model' Gregor Edmunds reminded me of.
Then I looked at my box of porridge oats!
B Robertson via email