Engines running

ONCE again, walking to work to Sainsburys at 4.50am today, I was concerned to hear an engine running. I discovered a delivery wagon sat next to unit 20 on Worle Industrial

ONCE again, walking to work to Sainsburys at 4.50am today, I was concerned to hear an engine running. I discovered a delivery wagon sat next to unit 20 on Worle Industrial Estate within 30 feet of local residents with its engine running with the driver nowhere to be seen. There was also a local resident who drives a delivery wagon - but who doesn't work for Sainsburys - once again parked outside Sainsbury's back door, using the road as a private driveway. He would soon be driving away, long before 6.30am. Meanwhile, I'm still hoping not to be confused with a Sainsburys' deliveryman.NAME AND ADDRESS SUPPLIED - Via email* In reply to recent articles about delivery times at Sainsbury's, I wish to point out that the store has been there for nearly 30 years, probably longer than those people who are complaining. Secondly, Cllr Roz Willis' remarks are unjust. Being chairperson, she should keep her own thoughts to herself and be totally impartial.NAME AND ADDRESS SUPPLIED


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