A note on (fly) posting.

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?

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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.

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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.’

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See what a little sun-induced algae does to the dear little Laura Place fountain. Welcome to Oz.

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  1. I just saw these and didn’t like it! Also, the council never remove all their little notices about road closures fixed to every other lampost and railings. That’s just litter!

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  2. I believe the laws on fly posting are different for visiting fairs and touring circuses. As far as I remember, as long as the posters are taken down by a certain date, they have much more freedom to advertise and erect banners and billboards. Carters seem to be highly efficient at both putting up and taking down their advertising.

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