Wrong door?

Marlborough Express - - COMMENT&OPINION -

Where did I go wrong?

I read in the Mid­week pa­per that there were danc­ing com­pe­ti­tions on at the the­atre on Fri­day, Satur­day and Sun­day. So I drove there and went in. At the first counter I asked about the com­pe­ti­tions and was told to go to the next counter – where I was told to go on yet fur­ther. There was noone at the next counter, so I thought that one would pay as one went in.

So I went in. All the doors (even num­bered ones) were locked. So I started again. At the first two coun­ters the peo­ple were hav­ing seem­ingly end­less con­ver­sa­tions. No-one again at the third counter.

The only door that was open­able had ‘No en­try’ on it. So I cam home.

Ob­vi­ously I have missed some vi­tal piece of in­for­ma­tion. Was any­one able to get in? they do qui­etly in the back­ground to as­sist peo­ple. They de­serve bet­ter.

Of course we would have liked the sheets in our linen shop or to be used in an­other way, how­ever, that was the de­ci­sion of The Ware­house to take not ours or any­one else.

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