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    • This is always the problem - if it is dry damage tends to be superficial - if it is wet the damage is much longer term and actually becomes a health and safety issue for future events - the remedial action festival organisers tend to take is putting down wood chips or other such to provide firmer footing and soak up some of the residual water/mud or to put down metal walkways over the affected areas but, as anyone who has been to a wet Glastonbury can attest, once it goes muddy it stays muddy - very muddy and the damage takes a long time to recover - normally requiring complete re-seeding or re-laying. Ironic too that the free community festival - no doubt a quid pro quo from the organisers of the bigger festivals using the site - is the one that is cancelled and that the organisers will do the remedial work and still go ahead with the revenue generating Mighty Hoopla etc at the weekend because if they cancel that then refunds will be required.
    • Interesting to see what has occured at Brockwell park  BBC News - Event cancelled after park 'churned up' by festivals https://www.bbc.com/news/articles/c3gg8p770eeo Similar problem at the Rye after the weekend.   
    • willing to pay - please let me know if you have one
    • Parliament debated “Carry out an independent review into Low Traffic Neighbourhoods (LTNs)” https://ukparliament.shorthandstories.com/pet-ltns-debate/index.html?utm_source=petitioners&utm_medium=email&utm_campaign=[pet-ltns-debate]#
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