Stamping on the pleasure of others

I HAVE a message for the unknown person who contacted the authorities to complain about noise from the Weston Lions Club charity event on the seafront.

I HAVE a message for the unknown person who contacted the authorities to complain about noise from the Weston Lions Club charity event on the seafront.

Could you please consider moving elsewhere - Worthing? Eastbourne perhaps? And take the steam fair grumblers with you.

The vast majority of Weston residents do not want to live in a docile town that shuts down at seven o'clock every evening - the complainers' dream, I suspect.

We want it to be a fun, vibrant place with a range of attractions to be enjoyed by residents and visitors. I hope that if ever I am lucky enough to be retired (I assume this person is) and can afford a seafront pad, I will be tolerant enough to accept that the seafront is not there simply for my own personal pleasure and that I will not regard hearing jazz music on a summer evening as an entitlement to stamp on others pleasure.


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My congratulations to the Lions team for all their hard work in organising an excellent and very successful event, which raised thousands for a cancer charity.

TIM NICKOLLS

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Worlebury Park Road, Weston

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