Here's what a stadium at Rec could look like
Councillor David Dixon is my hero. He has worked tirelessly and diligently on behalf of Bath rugby club and supporters to ensure that the club stays at the Rec. He deserves to have one of the new stands named in his honour.
To allay any fears the detractors may have about any detrimental impact on Bath, I have enclosed (pictured above) a concept sketch prepared by an architect friend of mine, of how the new stadium could look as seen from outside the Empire which clearly reflects the architectural preferences shown by the planning committee in recent years. You will note the incorporation of three elements, the Busometer, the Holburne extension and Western Riverside.
This opportunity provides for more coffee shops, restaurants, shops and clubs that Bath lacks in this locality even though it would mean the removal of all the trees on the footpath.
A solution such as this will clearly greatly improve the character of this part of the city for the enjoyment of all my fellow rugby supporters whether they come from the city, Wellow, Rudloe and beyond for the seventeen days a year that we visit the Rec.
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The idea being mooted by the wingers that the club relocates to Lambridge is frankly stupid. Me and all my fellow supporters would have to walk to Lambridge or get a bus.
Being admittedly the wrong side of overweight, I can only just about make it to the Rec from the pub. The idea of me and my fellow supporters getting to Lambridge is grossly unreasonable So come on Bruce, go for it!
Harold Newman Cavendish Lodge Bath