LETTER: Rude interruptions at the meeting are still hard to excuse

THANK you, Peter, for another point of view and what sounds like common sense (“It’s worth having a closer look at this solar farm”, Peter Hennessy, October 18).  

There is always more than one side to the story. 

A solar farm could be a great benefit. I would have one on my place, but it is not flat like Raglan. There is one near Norwich in England and it is not flat ground. It is on flat to fairly steep sloping country. 

Perhaps we could find a way for residents to contribute to and own it. That way the profits would stay here. 

However, all that considered, it does not excuse the rude interruptions and noisy behaviour at the meeting. There is no need to copy our parliamentarians. 

Eulyce Arkleysmith, Peel ​