The size of a large sink

LAST week the Weston Mercury revealed that visitors to the Lifestation complex (Tropicana) will be expected to pay an exorbitant sum of money to take a 'swim' in something

LAST week the Weston Mercury revealed that visitors to the Lifestation complex (Tropicana) will be expected to pay an exorbitant sum of money to take a 'swim' in something the size of a large sink unit tacked on to the rear of the building, thereby proving once again that there is nothing in this plan for residents. That, of course, makes it even more attractive to all those North Somerset councillors whose marketing skills extend to cutting back on public toilets and removing the seats from shelters.One has to admire the way this Conservative administration has made itself so unpopular in such a short time, not least by being the first authority here since 1842 to take a stand against the art, culture, and heritage of its own area. Far too many councillors here are taking the money without making the effort to represent anyone. This is the first time in history that anyone has come up with a salary for robots.BRIAN AUSTIN - Alma Street, Weston


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