Dismayed at deterioration

I WAS born in Weston in 1944 and I emigrated to New Zealand in 1989. I return to Weston every year and have been dismayed at its deterioration as a classic example

I WAS born in Weston in 1944 and I emigrated to New Zealand in 1989. I return to Weston every year and have been dismayed at its deterioration as a classic example of a British seaside town. The ongoing debacle over the Tropicana and old pier dismays me.I am a lifelong member of the Civic Society and wish to express my dissatisfaction with the council proposal to close the museum and relocate it. I also feel strongly that the public should not be charged admission to the museum - it should be free and leave it where it is.JOHN CREWS - Knightsbridge Drive, Forest Hill, Auckland,


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