Tuesday, 6 August 2013

Rebuilding The Great Wall of Ramsgate

KCC have granted another year’s licence for the Pleasurama hoarding and the first of the pictures are due to go back up later today.


Here is the link to previous postings about the Great Wall of Ramsgate, pictures of the pictures and so on http://thanetonline.blogspot.co.uk/search/label/The%20Great%20Wall%20of%20Ramsgate   

4 comments:

  1. Great news Michael.I thought the project might have ended up being abandoned.

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  2. Another stupid UKIP idea scuppered - hurrah! Quite what UKIP were thinking of when they asked Kent Highways to get the hoarding put back to the original boundaries, god knows. On the other hand, speaking of GO'D, one does have to wonder whether his Great Wall is playing into the hands of Swiss Terry and his mysterious developers. Beautifying the hoarding only serves to camouflage the hideous eyesore they have turned our seafront into.

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  3. At least moving the hoarding back would have returned a large slice of the promenade back to public use. As for the paintings, they do attract favourable comments from visitors but then as a visitor myself I guess I'm prejudiced.

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  4. My take is that while it would have been nice to have a bit more prom, this is the best we would be likely to get this year and that it is preferable to have some paintings there than nothing at all.

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