Letters: Aircraft noise, Nobember 13, 2015

Picture by Richard Marsham'A lone Tornado flies overhead as Bury St Edmunds marks the Queen becoming the longest serving monarch with a parade and family fun day. ANL-150909-214045009
Picture by Richard Marsham'A lone Tornado flies overhead as Bury St Edmunds marks the Queen becoming the longest serving monarch with a parade and family fun day. ANL-150909-214045009
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With regards to Big Eye, Lynn News, October 27, regarding the war planes crashing and the noise over our residential area of Little Snoring and surrounding areas.

The noise is deafening, can’t hear the radio or television –indoors. And outside we can’t chat to neighbours. I have written to the airport involved, and all I get back is, “ We are here to stay, and if you don’t like the noise then move.”

On a quiet summer’s day, there are war planes going round and round, almost touching each other, plus, as your reporter wrote, you can see the pilots showing off. Bet they wouldn’t like it across their homes, with the continual threat of one crashing through our homes, school or on top of traffic.

What’s the matter with the simulators, or practice over the sea, where, if they did crash, the public should stand a better chance of survival?

Whoever the anonymous person is, I would like to shake his or her hand for a great article.

Resident, Little Snoring