Why turn up to Wildlife Festival consultations if nobody listens?
Those involved in the Wild Life festival '˜consultation' should not take the low numbers at the recent meeting to mean that residents think they did a good job.
They should understand that we have seen so many times before that whatever is said, nobody involved with the festival actually cares about what concerned residents think, or have experienced, so why bother saying it again.
Resistance seems to be futile as nobody actually seems to care, and certainly nothing is done. In fairness new speakers were mentioned; let’s hope they work.
Helen & Ian Swyer
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