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all siants centre - bit late for trumpets?

On 6 Aug 2011 at 9:33am skysblue? wrote:
Hello, I just wanted to thread that on thursday night there was some sort of brass band?? and it was VERY loud VERY late for a week night... and felt it was highly inapropriate considering the church is right next to peoples houses and children are asleep! it was overpowering my tele... let alone if i was trying to concentrate on a book etc... correct me if im wrong but surly there is some sort of limit? and thto top it up REALLY loud bag pipes in the morning on a saturday... atleast do it in town? i can appriciate all sorts of music but come on..?
On 6 Aug 2011 at 9:43am Filly wrote:
There seem to be a lot of noise in that general area of late, especially at Landsdown Place due to the re opened Pub..the noise from punters standing outside has increased and it is now so bad residents are being kept awake, the path they are on is sometimes not passable and you have to cross the road, surley this is not acceptable. The other night they were still out there gone 11.20pm and residents can hear from indoors it acually drowns out their TV's now that is bad !!!!
On 6 Aug 2011 at 9:58am skysblue? wrote:
Has anyone said something to the owners?
On 6 Aug 2011 at 10:02am Filly wrote:
Believe so but was met with indifference and rudeness !!!
On 6 Aug 2011 at 10:04am skysblue? wrote:
oh... im suprised!!!
On 6 Aug 2011 at 12:35pm Stevie wrote:
Ben & Viv are the loveliest of people and rudeness & indifference does not sound like them!
Living near a pub will always mean an element of noise but living by the All Saints should not mean regular noise and The bagpipes was indeed very early and loud!
On 6 Aug 2011 at 3:11pm skysblue? wrote:
I also know ben and viv... unless something was said to the bar staff and they were rude about it... it for sure doesnt sound like them.... i think a time limit for people spilling into the street of the landsdown should be something to consider... but unfortunatly its the down side of living next to or near a pub.... im annoyed that the all saints seem to be being a tad inconsiderate!!
On 7 Aug 2011 at 9:10am Reckitt's wrote:
The arguement about choosing to live next to a pub can be unfair, especially as licencing rules have changed during the last decade. Selfish clientelle spilling out onto the streets and causing anti-social behaviour should be kept in line by the landlord, if that fails then the authorities should step in.
All Saint's = I think Glynde & Beddingham brass band practice there each week so maybe they were having a rehearsal before last nights Proms event.
On 7 Aug 2011 at 12:35pm jaycee wrote:
What do you call late?
Amused that n 2 posts `surely` was spelled out as `surly` and `surley`! hahaha!
"correct me if im wrong but surly there is some sort of limit?skysblue?"
"the path they are on is sometimes not passable and you have to cross the road, surley this is not acceptable.Filly"
On 7 Aug 2011 at 12:43pm Rods Tiger wrote:
jayce - I always think that when correcting others it is worth checking your own posts to check that there are no mistakes. Otherwise, it can make you look foolish.
"Amused that n 2 posts" ; hahaha!
On 7 Aug 2011 at 12:44pm jaycee wrote:
When I was a kid our house in Heathfield was next door to the silver band hall, I enjoyed falling asleep to the sound of rehearsals.
On 7 Aug 2011 at 1:06pm skysblue? wrote:
oh dear... im not asking for a spelling lesson...
On 7 Aug 2011 at 2:36pm Teachers pet wrote:
Don't forget the finger space Jaycee!
On 7 Aug 2011 at 6:38pm Annette Curtin-Twitcher wrote:
I'm afraid that people hanging about outside pubs until late at night is the consequence of forcing them outside to smoke!
On 7 Aug 2011 at 9:35pm filly wrote:
All fair comments and i dont live nextdoor to the pub its about being aware of residents !!!!
On 7 Aug 2011 at 10:23pm skysblue? wrote:
this is the thing! they go outside to smoke and they end up staying out there or just being really loud... they should be more aware but what can they do with such a small but popular pub... unless they did a no smoking policy even outside the pub but surely this would mean they'd lose business!! seems to be not much of a solution to that one... but i would like to ask if a disturbance like the past two times props up from the all saints again, should i call them?? or is this normal and acceptable!?

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