Discussion in 'Brixton' started by editor, Jan 15, 2018.
I already know that. I'm more interested in the fence/searching/booze/queues/camera angles.
Their FAQ seems to have been considerably expanded:
Lambeth Country Show
And more about that fence:
Given that I watched several people get over the - professionally - erected fence for Field Day / Hoopla with zero bother, I can't see this umm.. fence being much of a challenge. what a bunch of idiots.
I'm sure there'll be ample supplies of Nitrous Oxide inside, provided by young local entrepreneurs.
hopefully the fence will be like this one, and easy to penetrate, whether that means breaking into the show or more importantly passing booze under/over it. Anything more heavy duty makes it so fucking obvious the fence is clearly solely so people dont bring their own alcohol and have to buy it on site.
Is the fence for the fireworks like the one at Field Day?
That question was contained in my email. Will update if I hear anything,
Any news on this?
Did the councillor respond to the requests for him to back up his yarn about the unseen, unreported secret pitched battle between the youths and the cops?
Still waiting for a reply. 11 June is the legal deadline for the Council to respond.
Trying to get answers from Lambeth: Lambeth Country Show 2018: an open letter concerning the fence, alcohol ban and queuing
Ah, he's after a full ban on alcohol.
This 'public order' thing has become quite the meme.
That Pimms bus is such a menace.
It's a slow ride to hell and back....
what a complete wanker.
A quick search on him reveals he is no longer a councillor and lives in Wales so his input is quite irrelevant.
If you read back over ole Bernard’s tweets he asks in the last week if German whiskey is any goood and exclaims “World gin day on Saturday. Something to celebrate”.
But he wants to keep the country fair dry because of non existing public order offences. He’s about what you expect from a Lambeth councillor. None of it good or complimentary.
And now the FOI has been refused.
I'll appeal, and take it to the Information Commissioner if necessary.
I smell bullshit...
With a name like 'Bernard Gentry' it's hard to believe he's not a clever parody. Nominative determinism at its finest (what a c*** btw).
Among the reason to refuse FOI request is this gem:
You couldn't make it up. Orwellian
They are trying to argue it contains sensitive information. Council can redact a report and release it. Leave out individuals names for example.
Separate names with a comma.