Council does not neglect the needs of visitors to town events
I would just like to reply about the last letter from Erbie Murat
The armed forces day was again a great success with many organisations taking part.
This is of course not organised by the town council but very much supported by them.
We have now had a letter from them thanking the town council for their generous grant towards the running of the event as always it has been organised as a non-profit making event for Wisbech to enjoy.
They have also thanked our new mayor councillor Garry Tibbs for his presentation in the event.
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So this was a great event with two sets of public toilets near by.
I would now also like to mention another very successful event Picnic in the Park run by the Royal British Legion Wisbech Veterans.
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Nestle Purina, Wisbech Town Council and the mayor’s charity fundraising have all been thanked for their support.
Along with the Rose Fair coming up the Town council supports all events not organised by them and also do run events by themselves as the Wis-Beach Festival and coming up the Rock Festival and others.
So it should now be mentioned that volunteer councillors and staff and many others do an enormous amount of work for all the Wisbech events. Erbie Murat has said that the council completely neglected to take into account any of the basic needs of the hundreds of people who turned up, which is completely wrong.
COUNCILLOR DAVID HODGSON