Drinking in park
Just thought I would send in a small letter asking if there is anything that could be done about the drinkers who sit in the wooden shelter at the bottom of the park opposite the Royal Crescent. Surely drinking alcohol in a public place at 2pm in the afternoon was meant to be illegal?
If an elderly person or young child walking through the park decides that he/she would like to sit down there, they would be seriously put off by the number of 30-plus-year-old drinkers who congregate there, most of them with their dogs off the lead.
The same people can often be seen walking around Bath with their dog at least half a yard in front of them still off the lead. Is this meant to be illegal as well? If that dog makes one false move off the pavement it could be flattened by a 40 tonne Tesco juggernaut whose fault would it be then? The driver's or the dog owner's?
Maybe if the government stopped slashing funding for the emergency services then there could be more police on foot patrolling these areas. Who has the authority to take charge of this crisis? The police, the council dog warden or the RSPCA?
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Dean Alder St Peter's Terrace Bath