The whole pavement is out of use
MY FAMILY and I have just returned from a trip to the seafront as it is such a lovely day.
MY FAMILY and I have just returned from a trip to the seafront as it is such a lovely day. What has happened to Weston?
From the Royal Sands to the Sealife the whole pavement is out of use, then there is the dilapidated ruins of the Tropicana and further along the pavement is out of use from the pier right along to the Marine Cove.
There is one section, between the Sealife and the pier, that people can actually walk along the prom.
Whilst I appreciate that the owners of the pier are working as quickly as possible to get it up and running again, why have the council seen fit to make Weston look as miserable as possible - especially so close to Easter when some hapless holidaymakers might have saved their pennies to come here to stay?
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With the sunshine the beach looked clean and inviting but access to it was not easy.
With the current financial climate it is expected that more people than usual will be holidaying in this country - would it not have been a good idea to make Weston as welcoming as possible so they might return even when the economy improves and they could go abroad if they wanted to?
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