Is B&NES renting out its Guildhall fence as advertising space?
Is this a new way of putting a little extra into the financially-strained kitty?
It may be a wonderful funfair, but allowing posters to appear in some of the city’s iconic public spaces does not create the best impression with regards to our visitors.
Bath is a world heritage city and not an advertiser’s dream canvas.
Our ‘promotional spread’ is Georgian architecture and Roman Baths.
Don’t mess up our tourist attractions with fly posting.
PS. Despite everything, Bath is still very much the ‘Emerald City.’
See what a little sun-induced algae does to the dear little Laura Place fountain. Welcome to Oz.