Turning into a shambles...
LOOKING at the seafront road closures detailed in last week's Mercury it is hard to escape the feeling that the organisation of this work is turning into a shambles.
LOOKING at the seafront road closures detailed in last weeks Mercury it is hard to escape the feeling that the organisation of this work is turning into a shambles.
With that in mind, can I ask if anyone in North Somerset Council has talked to bus operator First about it? The Sand Bay bus (no 1) will be affected but can be re-routed, but what about the busy routes no's 5 and 7 and their access to Waterloo Street?
I would also congratulate those who feel it a good idea to fence off a chunk of the sands just before Bank Holiday, but at least we will find out at last if planks really will hold back the tide.
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