It costs money

The Peterborough Evening Telegraph - - Your -

TO lay on ex­tra an­cil­lary ser­vices costs money. If peo­ple are not com­ing in as it is, then how will they make money?

Chances are, those who do go in are not lo­cal peo­ple. They are still likely to pay a nom­i­nal fee to en­ter, so there will lit­tle dif­fer­ence in at­ten­dances.

BAMBOOZLER re­main a free ser­vice, not some­thing that is only go­ing to be avail­able to those who can pay. I know its been re­vamped, but lo­cal mu­se­ums are never go­ing to be ma­jor at­trac­tions that peo­ple ex­pect to pay for. Charg­ing for en­try will put them in com­pe­ti­tion with other at­trac­tions. Vis­i­tor numbers will plum­met if you have to pay to en­ter.

I agree with Mavis En­derby, you can gen­er­ate in­come in var­i­ous ways but to make it com­pul­sory to pay to en­ter will just cut off the ser­vice to those strug­gling to make ends meet in these dif­fi­cult times.


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