Letters: Leonard Potter, June 23, 2015

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On Monday, June 8, Nick Conrad of the BBC had a big discussion on the death of a beautiful thoroughbred horse.

This occurred off Scolt Head Island in the sea. It was mostly about the fire service, the police and coastguards not helping to rescue the unfortunate animal. Obviously a boat was needed which they did not have.

Two monster amphibians were sitting at Hunstanton. I’m sure Mr Searle would have responded as he and his father have done in the past. Both have rescued dogs, people, seals and cattle plus myself and my Lynn fishing smack in 1960. Not once in this instance was he or his craft mentioned, otherwise I am sure this valuable horse would have been rescued.

Leonard Potter

Hunstanton