One of the areas where people can make a considerable contribution to climate change is Basin Road.
There is nearly always an endless stream of cars, buses and heavy goods vehicles, which, when at standstill waiting for a train at the crossing, fail to kill their engines.
There are schoolchildren coming to and from school and young children in push chairs.
When I walk up the road I can smell the pollution. I wondered how the small child in the push chair felt sitting at the same level as the exhaust fumes as they find their way into his chest?
Isn’t about time the council, instead of talking about it, actually did something about it?