Rec plans would have big impact
After reading the article published in the Chronicle's issue of January 17 entitled "Bid for town green status for the Rec", I studied its accompanying pictures, that of the rear view of the present temporary east stand.
How intrusive, inappropriate and imposing it appears now before any possible future developments may occur, with its damaged grassland nearby. One can now envisage the impact all proposed future and permanent structures might have on this lovely, forever open green space.
Perhaps the present euphoria caused today rekindles past memories of the 80s when Bath dominated rugby with mostly local lads. Are we now getting out of our depth competing with much larger cities in the premiership and our ambitions of larger attendances and a stadium?
Jack Sparrow of Bathwick not having resided in Bath as long as some of us, already foresees the intrusion the rugby world might have on our small and sedate city. Councillor David Dixon's final comment to the article were expected.
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