HERE at the Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald, we hold massive value in the opinion of you - our readers. 

That is why we want your thoughts, feelings and arguments on the local matters that you care about.

As the coronavirus pandemic continues, we continue to work remotely to keep the public and our staff members safe, but this means that we must adapt the way we do things.

Ordinarily, we welcome letters from readers through the post as well as through our website, emails, and social media channels but these can often get lost along the way with the amount of correspondence we receive daily.

That is why we have set up a dedicated email address for you to get your views across as we look to re-introduce a section of your newspaper solely dedicated to our readers and their opinions.

Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald:

Do you have a topic you wish to air your views on but feel that you cannot have your voice heard? Maybe you wish to respond to something someone else has said in a previous publication or you have a piece of poetry about the Three Towns you wish to share, we want to hear all about it. 

To get in touch, all you have to do is email with your name, address and contact number and your letter and each week we will publish a selection of these.

Look out for QR codes, like the one below, in the paper to easily tell us what you think of a story.

Ardrossan and Saltcoats Herald: Use your phone to scan the QR code and tell us what you think.Use your phone to scan the QR code and tell us what you think.

To help with our deadlines, please submit your letter by Monday at 12pm the week of publication and keep your letter to a maximum of 250 words. If you wish to remain anonymous, please let us know in your email.

We reserve the right to edit or condense any letters to fit alongside editorial guidelines.