LETTER: Concern about what we teach

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I would agree with the response from Playmobil’s marketing manager, (WSCT 31st December), that the bank-robber toy in the High Street bank set in the Toy Barnhaus shop does have a place in helping children to learn about good and evil in a secure, but believable way; and that it is not a ‘horrible’ toy.

Perhaps H. Ashby should be more concerned about what we are teaching our children when, also in Swan Walk, they can see how women are portrayed as sexual objects in the Ann Summers’ window displays.

BOBBY VICKERY (Mrs)

Ashurst Close, Horsham

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