Pub is disgraceful

PUBLISHED: 14:02 16 March 2006 | UPDATED: 13:20 04 May 2010

FLASHBACK: We were the first with the story of Betty Wilbraham’s hat.

FLASHBACK: We were the first with the story of Betty Wilbraham’s hat.

I THINK it s disgraceful that the Hereward made such a fuss about a pensioner wearing a hat in their pub. I have been in there on numerous occasions and seen chefs and other staff walking around with their hats on. More to the point, what if someone who w

I THINK it's disgraceful that the Hereward made such a fuss about a pensioner wearing a hat in their pub.

I have been in there on numerous occasions and seen chefs and other staff walking around with their hats on. More to the point, what if someone who wears a hat to cover their hair-loss through chemotherapy or as a result of illness tries to order food?

A bit of common sense is required here from this so called 'super-pub'.

Carl Hobneese

via email


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