IT is a good job the people writing letters to the Warrington Guardian are not the ones making decisions in the town.

I normally just smile at the nonsense theories but I thought one in last week’s paper (April 16) was worthy of reply.

The letter was criticising the council for continuing with grass cutting, saying people should be deployed elsewhere – especially bin rounds.

Where to start?

But two main points come to mind.

Firstly, as far as I can tell, all the bin rounds are running.

Mine is still being collected and Warrington is one of the few places in the region to still have green bin collections at all.

Secondly, and more relevantly, the grass still needs cutting.

We are all at home for the moment, but it is not forever.

We will still need fields and football pitches come the autumn or next year or whenever we are out of this.

What is your suggestion?

Leave them to become overgrown so clearing them becomes a massive job costing far more time and money?

Everyone else is cutting their lawn at the moment, so why not the council?

It is right for people to criticise the council where merited.

But let’s not just criticise for the sake of it.

There are very obvious answers to some things.