Well worth a visit

REGARDING Mrs Butler's explanation of the Grand Pier collections, she is quite wrong. A few days after the pier re-opened two bins were placed with a small gap to

REGARDING Mrs Butler's explanation of the Grand Pier collections, she is quite wrong.A few days after the pier re-opened two bins were placed with a small gap to walk through with a uniformed member of staff there. A notice read: Adults £1, Children and OAPs 50p. The donations were for a possible shortfall in insurance payments and any remaining monies I thought were for a picture of the pavilion. A few days later the signs were altered to a donation of your choice. I believe only recently it has been changed in aid of a model with no mention of residue to charity. I felt at that time you were expected to pay to view the remains.I feel the owners must own a graphic design company as on the central aisle 49 notices are displayed and a manager said he had already removed several.I think the museum exhibition is very interesting and well worth a visit. I am glad the clock has been re-instated giving pier closing time as I felt this was required. I hope the plans go well for a new pavilion to make Weston 'super' again!BRIAN KINSEY - Address supplied


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