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Local Council leads bans on many activities

We had a fantastic day out in Weymouth yesterday - it's really GREAT than we can make this trip on Summer Sundays now, by train all the way from Chippenham or Melksham.

Doing what you please on Weymouth beach

I was struck as we walked around as to what an active role the local council has taken in putting up signage telling you what you can't do ... can you work out what organisation is reponsible for which sign?

No diving
Do not feed the Weymouth Gulls
Beware deep railway
No feathering
Meals may not be shared
No parking for vehicles in which you eat or sleep
No pitching of tents
What you may not do with your dog
No crabbing from the pontoons in Weymouth
No Wash
Keep out of this area
You may not throw fag ends away here
No dogs on the beach
Do not look at the Sun
No skateboarding at the station

As a bonus, can you explain all the things that you may not do, and explain the reasons? Some I find quite baffling. If you're not allowed a dog on the beach, then why are you instructed to clean up after your dog on the beach? ...

But, great day had out by all as we climbed onto the train back to Melksham / Chippenham / Swindon. Looks a crowd, but that five car train left Weymouth with plenty room for more.

Crowds return home at end of day

(written 2011-07-24, updated 2011-07-25)

 
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