The business calling itself Omega St Neots which is described as a partnership between a local man and an inspired female contacted The Hunts Post to say it is looking to open a stylish and tasteful adult entertainment venue in the town. Twitter and Facebook accounts, which yesterday (Tuesday) had just seven likes, have been set up to canvass opinions about the idea. A spokesman said that they were at an early stage of planning and that they were seeking the towns opinion, if residents would welcome an adult club. A statement added: Our hope is that we can offer something that at present is not available to the local community in a stylish and tasteful manner. We will be striving towards becoming a successful local business, with a twist on the conventional adult entertainment venue of old. Our aim is to bring the previously seedy idea of many, into a new generation that can be appreciated and respected rather than shunned and avoided. Whether Omega moves any further than proposing a venue, the plans may cause a stir, a St Neots councillor has warned. District and county councillor Derek Giles told The Hunts Post: Nothing surprises me in this life. Seeing women waddling around a pole is not what Id call entertainment but it could be for others. I dont think Id be going, nor my wife. I cant envisage swarms of people going but I could be wrong, as I have been before. It would be a first for St Neots, normally this type of thing goes to Huntingdon. Whether or not a town the size of St Neots could sustain an adult club Im not sure as the pubs are struggling but it could attract more people to the town and diversify the offering. At first there was outcry over the adult shop in Sawtry but that has died down. I dont see why it wont be possible in St Neots. The Hunts Posts requests for further information from Omega were not responded to as the newspaper went to press. Should the firm move forward with a planning and/or licensing application, it would become Huntingdonshires only adult entertainment venue. While there is a swingers hotel in Alconbury and a sex shop in Sawtry, there is a strip club in Peterborough a venue in Cambridge was closed after the city councils licensing committee adopted a scheme that would not allow adult venues near churches, homes or schools. To open an adult venue, the owners would have to apply to Huntingdonshire District Council for a licence. Officers would consider the suitability of the applicant, the location and site of the premises. Do you think an adult entertainment venue would be good for St Neots? Let us know your thoughts by e-mailing firstname.lastname@example.org or by commenting below.