Pity neigh­bours of new jam sesh

Harefield Gazette - - Your Say -

I WAS hor­ri­fied that Hughie Dixon’s com­mented in the June 14 Uxbridge Gazette that ‘on a sad­der note’ word had reached him that the monthly jam ses­sion at the Six Bells was no more due to noise com­plaints from neigh­bours.

And, worst still, the or­gan­is­ers have as­sured him that the ‘open mic/jam sesh’ will con­tinue else­where.

Pity the poor peo­ple who will sim­i­larly have to suf­fer when they find that the jam ses­sions are con­tin­u­ing in their neigh­bour­hood.

If Hughie Dixon and the ses­sion or­gan­is­ers had very loud dogs bark­ing or ba­bies cry­ing for hours once a month they would know the hell that the Six Bells neigh­bours have been through; and lets face it the deci­bel lev­els from the jam ses­sions are much higher than dogs or ba­bies.

My heart­felt sym­pa­thy goes to res­i­dents when they find out that the ses­sions have moved to a pub near them. Name and ad­dress sup­plied

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