Cap'n Senny's pub to have licence reviewed again
Last updated at 09:56, Thursday, 09 September 2010
One of west Cumbria's busiest pubs is to have its licence reviewed again – just two months after it was last up before councillors.
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Homer, what a load of absolute tosh you have written! I have also travelled the globe, and still do, for work. Likewise I hold down a CEO's role managing assets of over $2B in value. I've drank in pubs everywhere and I can categorically say that Whitehaven is no worse than anywhere else in the world. Last night I was drinking in Singapore, there was still a rowdy element in a couple of bars. Three weeks ago I was in bars in Germany and Belfast, guess what they were the same!! I've never felt unsafe in Whitehaven, it is no different to anywhere else. In fact as a Marra, born and bred, I'm very comfortable in Whitehaven. There are idiots all over the world but why should they spoil this for the normal 99% of people. If you don;t like our gorgeous town the answer is easy, LEAVE!!
Homer, if you hate Whitehaven so much why have anything to do with it? Try hobbie instead of trying to find excuses to slate out town as you obviously have nothing better to do! How can you say we are narrow minded when you class everyone the same?Just because there are a odd few who have a fight? to me that is very narrow minded!
As I live in whitehaven town centre noise is expected, so I got double glazing, it works a treat, Cheryl Twinn, director of the neighbouring Waverley Hotel, should update the shabby waverley and get some double grazing or at lease secondary glazing.
Sergeant Richard Farnworth needs to move with the times, most of the crime and disorder is caused because everywhere closes at 2am and people want more, sennys should have a 3am and so should the takeaways. Longer hours would reduce crime and disorder as people would drift away at differnt times once they have had enough. Whitehaven needs a nightlife to keep the economy going, the council seem to be running it into a gost town, just look at the shops, especially when you look at Allerdale - workington, carlisle etc