High Street cob­ble stones are mad­ness

Kentish Express Ashford & District - - Points Of View -

I think it was ab­so­lute mad­ness putting cob­ble stones (un­even bricks) in Ash­ford High Street.

It’s like go­ing back more than 100 years, be­fore smooth roads and pave­ments were in­vented. I avoid walk­ing there as much as pos­si­ble.

And as far pay­ing thou­sands of pounds on even more sculp­tures when the toi­lets in the Vicarage Lane car park are ab­so­lutely ter­ri­ble, how ridicu­lous.

Has any­one from the coun­cil ever looked at them? The paint has peeled off in­side the back wall for years and you’re very lucky if you get a toi­let seat and pa­per.

But I was very glad when those tomb­stones were taken away from the round­about by the De­signer Out­let. June Pearce, Aldington

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