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Re: Tudor Square

Postby The Masked Woler » Sun 26 Jan 2014 9:43 pm

IGS wrote:
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mb1 wrote:If Tudor Square excludes Music and Motors perhaps the Town council could be asked to host it in the parking space immediately in front of the Priory?


Unlikely, August is prime time for Priory bookings so they won't want M&M outside making a row
I'm sure they could manage a Saturday afternoon if needs be.


I would think Saturday afternoons in August is when they certainly wouldn't - weddings.
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Re: Tudor Square

Postby Mel » Sun 26 Jan 2014 10:15 pm

What about Chauncy? Or even Glaxo?
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Re: Tudor Square

Postby trev » Wed 29 Jan 2014 6:55 am

Glaxo? Chauncy? What are you suggesting? Hold events on their premises, out of the town centre? What would be the point of that?

As for Dickensian night being too crowded and needing less stalls - it's the stalls in Tudor Square and the crowds that make it so successful! If you don't like crowds, don't come to a local event that is so successful that people flock from miles away to be part of it!

The plans for Tudor Square are absurd, will do nothing to improve the popularity of the location and are a complete waste of McCarthy and Stone's money. Instead of changing the square, perhaps the town council would be better employed arranging more events that make use of it, rather than leaving it up to voluntary groups such as the Ware Town Partnership!
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Re: Tudor Square

Postby The Masked Woler » Wed 29 Jan 2014 8:22 am

trev wrote:As for Dickensian night being too crowded and needing less stalls - it's the stalls in Tudor Square and the crowds that make it so successful! If you don't like crowds, don't come to a local event that is so successful that people flock from miles away to be part of it!


You missed out, you forgot to say I should move.

I didn't say Dickensian night I said TS.

We will just have to differ then, as for not going I usually give TS a miss and haven't spent a penny there for years - you can't get near the stalls to see what they have. They could easily be spread out a bit which is, I understand, a part of the new plan.
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Re: Tudor Square

Postby p3a » Wed 29 Jan 2014 12:00 pm

I think the new plans look great. It should bring more buisness to the bars & restaurants there.
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