Your article on Birmingham's Bull Ring (29 August, page 30) will upset many Brummies.
There is fierce local opposition to the developer's decision to name the shopping centre "Bullring". The area and the previous 1960s centre have always been known by the two words "Bull Ring". Your article uses the single word invented by Hammersons and co throughout. The single word is a marketing tool. What's wrong with the historic original? In fact, the city council is currently erecting roads signs directing people to the "Bull Ring" (two words).
Terry King, via email.