LETTER: Why remove seafront shelter?
What a good idea to have toilets for the public to use, and what a sad idea to demolish the only sensible shelter along our length of seafront ('˜Support grows for seafront cafÃ© and water sports plans', Littlehampton Gazette, November 30).
Cannot anyone on our council envisage an old couple who have come here in a coach feeling a little tired and wanting to shelter from the wind or a shower, or maybe both, and finding they cannot because the shelters have been demolished.
Jamie Hawkins is said to want to knock down the shelter, which is a practical, needed building, of use to the visitors and locals who need it, summer and winter.
This town boasts of its delights for the visitors, so why remove one?