Can we please stop turning minor issues into political footballs?
Did councillors Mecrow, Burgess or Crow also protest when Crawley Festival’s Mainstage event was held in Memorial Gardens, with its loud music, stilt walkers, games, stalls and general razzmatazz? I think not. I didn’t object to that either. At least one of us was consistent.
Cllr Chris Cheshire
Crawley Borough council (Lab, Bewbush)
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