Complaining

I NOTE that certain residents of the South Ward wish to reduce the use of Weston's Beach Lawns to one third of that currently allowed.

I NOTE that certain residents of the South Ward wish to reduce the use of Weston's Beach Lawns to one third of that currently allowed. Surely I am right in thinking that the maximum use of these facilities is of great importance to the local economy of our small seaside town, particularly at a time when several of our permanent attractions are out of commission.

I am sure the Beach Lawns have been in use for a great deal longer than the residency of many of the complainants. Like people who move to live near a church and then complain about Sunday bell ringers or to the 'country' and object to farmyard smells and noises, residents should acknowledge the social and economic needs of an area before residing there and complaining.

DAVID BROWN

Church Road, Worle, very happily in audible range of St Martin's church bells.


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