Make Rec part of election
I was somewhat surprised to read your front page item which purported to suggest that Bruce Craig had gained an agreement with the Charities Commission allowing him to start planning for the desecration of the Recreation Ground.
Agreement of the scheme is not yet complete and there remain many unanswered Representations with the CC.
I assumed that he would be quick enough on the uptake to realise that the CC is but an agency designed to act in the best interests of the beneficiaries, in this case the citizens of Bath. We, the civil majority, do not support the takeover of the city centre by a professional enterprise, which would be contrary to the aims of the trust and give it a majority use of what had been gifted to all the citizens and not only this stated 4,200 minority. The CC will be all too aware of the sentiment against its use by professionals on a permanent basis.
If this is the interpretation then I think that Amanda and Bath City could also hope to be able to squat on the beneficence for 20 days a year at a peppercorn rent or have I missed something in my reading of Harry Bristow's volumes of Rec history, albeit with his own interpretation where it suits his case?
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At least the timeline is such that there will by then be another election and the Dixonites may not be in such a pivotal position, as they seem intent at present to give away rather than protect the city's jewels.
I would urge the citizens to ensure that the Rec be the subject of a referendum question as part of the election process.
William Williamson Marlborough Buildings Bath