Apology about the Chaos caused by Cycle race on Sunday
The following apology was received from the Organisers of the cycle race:
” I am totally and utterly appalled by the behaviour; I can only apologise profusely, I turned all the lights, off, and must have inadvertently left the toilet ones on, my apologies. I didn’t know there were any heaters to turn on and off? So again my apologies for the oversight, I agree the parking was not ideal, due to the field being flooded, and with retrospect, it is probably fine for a Time Trial event, but not for a mass start road race. Please highlight my heartfelt apologies, and I will message the competitors to outline that the behaviour brings the sport into disrepute.
I think it is important to realise the weather conditions changed a parking environment that is normally concealed by the field to something akin to Piccadilly circus.
The behaviour and inconsiderately parked cars are hugely unacceptable and will be dealt with, and I am so so sorry about the oversight when I closed the hall up (I tried to left it as I find it hence the sweeping up etc)
Apologies, and I understand your frustration.
the speeding in our villages…?
SATURDAY 5 MAY 7.30pm
St. Mary’s Church East Claydon
“Music in Quiet Places”
Music for Flute, Viola and Harp with works by Debussy
- Tickets £10
- Refreshments during interval
- Preconcert walk round village from the church at 6.30pm
Tickets on door and for advance tickets and info please contact;
- Elspeth O’Halloran Tel 712588
- Esther Turnbull Tel 712127
- Martin Paul Tel 713204