|I must have a go on this.|
Yesterday my wife Claire and I, went for a bike ride to enjoy the fine weather before today's gales and rain.
We completed out circuit, as we often do, at King"s Gardens. I'm becoming a bit of a bore now as once again I sang the praises of this, soon to be completed, transformation of a tatty park into something that Southport can be proud of.
My way of a change we decided to take in Plesureland on our way home as neither of us had visited it for some time.
We were both amazed at how busy the "fair" was, but more amazed at the cleanliness and planting and landscaping of the grounds, as pictured below.
|No litter spotted anywhere|
Credit for Pleasureland is down to the Wallis family and to Normann Wallis in particular for taking charge of this transformation. I have had the pleasure of meeting Norman on several occasions, most recently in his capacity as part of Southport's BID team.
If business leaders and politicians(myself included) all shared Norman's determination and "never say die" attitude our town would be in amuck better shape.
Pleasureland is now an asset that our town can be proud of once again.
I look forward to my next visit when I'll have a go on couple of the leas traumatic rides.
Well done Noman, keep up the good work and keep on "banging the drum" for a resort who's drum is often far too quiet!