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The inspirational Ryan Holt

PUBLISHED: 12:20 21 August 2009 | UPDATED: 11:37 06 July 2010

I FEEL outraged at Mr Long's letter dated August 14 regards to the sale of Corton Village hall and bowling green.

I don't know Ryan, but heard that he does a lot of things for his community and school and also as a regular reader of his column in The Journal, I cannot believe someone can criticise him like that.

I FEEL outraged at Mr Long's letter dated August 14 regards to the sale of Corton Village hall and bowling green.

I don't know Ryan, but heard that he does a lot of things for his community and school and also as a regular reader of his column in The Journal, I cannot believe someone can criticise him like that.

Ryan is a teenager, and not many teenagers in Lowestoft would be doing tireless work he does and campaigning plus not forgetting his entrepreneurship work.

I totally agree with the youngster that our villages should be looking towards the future for the village and look at the development of it for years to come.

I used to help in a primary school in Lowestoft, and does Mr Long realise that you need one adult per every eight children. Taking them up the village playing field is not feasible, with limited teachers available.

It's so inspiring to see young people like Ryan, campaigning on the communities behalf and therefore wish him the best with his campaign and future work.

EILEEN WELDING

Lowestoft


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