LETTER:The right price to pay to visit the V&A

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From Mr Ivor Lightman

Sir: The answer to the wish of Peter Forster (letter, 18 November) to be able to make frequent but short visits to museums in the face of high admission charges is surely quite simple - that is, a season ticket. I have one for the National Museum of Wales in Cardiff and its outstations throughout the principality. As a result, I am able to pop in to any one of them for half an hour on any day as the spirit moves me and am now able to spend more time on the pottery, the archaeology department and so on than when a visit had to be an "occasion".

Yours faithfully,

Ivor Lightman

Lisvane, South Glamorgan

21 November