Cinema awkward to get to
THERE is a crying need for a cinema in St Neots, as the nearest one is stuck on the outskirts of Huntingdon and involves a long-winded bus journey ( Surprise gift keeps council still guessing , November 1). I would have to get a bus from Eaton Socon to t
THERE is a crying need for a cinema in St Neots, as the nearest one is stuck on the outskirts of Huntingdon and involves a long-winded bus journey ("Surprise gift keeps council still guessing", November 1).
I would have to get a bus from Eaton Socon to town, another to Huntingdon, then a third or a taxi to the cinema. Then, of course, the process is repeated in reverse after the film.
For OAPs like myself, a trip like this would be preferable during the day, especially for someone on their own.
Hopefully, the town council will use the money wisely and, if they consider a cinema a first priority, anything left over could be used towards a youth centre.
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