Last week (June 1) I wrote a letter to the Herald about wind turbines, wildlife and cycling. A friend remarked that I got a doing. However I prefer the impact of turbines to that of more industrial processes.
Having played as a child on the red bings of High Blantyre and on the chemical waste of Rutherglen and Cambuslang playing fields, I prefer my own grandchildren cavorting in the countryside with turbines on the braes.
Allan McDougall
Neilston

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