Looks as if they want outsiders put in stocks
Hear we go again.
The same cast and the same claims to the justification and sole rights to their beliefs and opinions.
One theme though does remain constant – never have they the antis made any claim that more people of any denomination would actually use the Rec in the absence of rugby. Only that it should not be used.
Who am I, or they, to say that after the changes of nearly 200 years the original benefactors would or would not be pleased to see 12,000 people enjoying their recreation (English Dictionary) on the Rec? The centre of a region not an island or village.
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But maybe there is the answer and that is to declare Bath a village, the Rec a village green, erect a row of stocks, arrest these invaders from outside the village boundary, put them in the stocks and then the antis can throw their ugly fruit and rotten eggs at them. That will probably be the first time most of them will have put foot on the Rec for months or years. It's only for looking at.
Mr Craig is committed to a Bath Rec development to add Bath to the list of outstanding architectural sporting stadia and totally in keeping with the visual, structural requirements of Bath's status as a World Heritage site.
It is a definite requirement for the east riverside, the antis well know this but blind prejudice overrides all reason. Every visiting supporter from the UK and world rugby clubs, says what a wonderful setting for a rugby ground. "Never move away".
Only this bitter one per cent or so of Bath's population sees carnage and pillage with no joy, benefit, happiness and recreation.
Like the sports stadia of ancient times in Athens and Rome visitors will also come to Bath in their hundreds in years hence to see where the Tigers were tamed, the Sharks had their teeth drawn, or maybe the outsiders stoned in the stocks.
Peter A Dix Belcombe Road Bradford on Avon