College plans anger
DEBATE continues to rage about the future of Gloucestershire College in the Forest of Dean.
College bosses want to move the campus from its current site in Five Acres, Coleford, to Cinderford's Northern Quarter.
It has sparked anger among those in and around Coleford who fear a vital community asset will be lost.
Hundreds of people turned up to a public meeting last week where leader of the district council Patrick Molyneux spoke.
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On our website, www.thisisgloucestershire.co.uk, readers had their say.
Shantgiveup said: "Patrick, car parking charges, waste disposal and now closing leisure facilities for more housing, can you explain again how exactly you're working WITH communities?
"Seems to me you talk but don't listen."
But Plaindealer said: "How many are resident in Coleford, thousands? Let alone the entire Forest that the College will serve, tens of thousands?
"Seems to me that 150 people are hardly representative and should not be permitted to drive this issue."
Shantgiveup added: "Tell me again how many people came out to discuss the college moving? Oh that's right no one was asked."