A cruel ban

WHAT a sight to behold and gladden the heart! Dozens of dogs, all shapes and sizes racing, running, and playing together, overjoyed to be on the beach after the sedate walk along the promenade on Sunday, April 1. At the same time it was heartbreaking, kn

WHAT a sight to behold and gladden the heart! Dozens of dogs, all shapes and sizes racing, running, and playing together, overjoyed to be on the beach after the sedate walk along the promenade on Sunday, April 1. At the same time it was heartbreaking, knowing it was to be their last romp ever on that beach.As I made my way to the Tropicana for the start of the protest, I met three families with their dogs, completely baffled and disappointed, all having travelled from afar, looking forward to a long walk on the deserted beach on such a beautiful morning. They all swore they would "never visit Weston again." I am so glad they were able to witness at first hand the strong feelings of disgust demonstrated by so many local dog owners at this stupid, cruel ban.M COLES - Shrubbery Terrace, Weston


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