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Lincolnshire cafe owner pans council code of conduct

9th September 2011 | Warning Signs

Posted by Ben Alexander

A cafe owner in Lincolnshire has criticised a new code of conduct for alfresco diners, which entails the installation of several warning signs.

Rules included in the code are that every outdoor dining enclosure needs a litter bin, smoking or no smoking signs and a ban on music, reports Compass Estate Agents.

Speaking to the news provider, director of Fodders Fine Foods Claire Sinclair has panned the code.

Ms Sinclair explained: "We have a no smoking sign on the window and our outdoor area is not big enough to separate, so we will have to put a sign on each table, which is a bit much in such a small area."

This week, the Liverpool Echo reported that street signage has been stolen from a Wirral promenade that was named in honour of a local war hero.

A section of Kings Parade promenade was titled to commemorate Ian Fraser, who was handed the Victoria Cross for his efforts in World War II.ADNFCR-2754-ID-800724094-ADNFCR


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