In “Building buys a pint … for PRP Architects” (15 September, page 32), I could not help but notice that there would appear to have been five people at the Bishop’s Finger in Smithfield, but only three drinks bought.
How does that work out? Also, the pictures seem to show the presence of something on the “shorts” side of life. Or, maybe a wheat beer, with lemon, drunk with a straw. We need the truth!
Charles Sheldon-Gleave, Gerald Eve