Tuesday, 30 June 2020

Need to be quick

Must be something to do with coronavirus social distancing I suppose. Can't think what but I'm sure it has been thought through just as thoroughly as government policy.


johnd2008 said...

Why has no one suggested demolishing it ? After all the cotton spun must have been grown by slaves.

Sobers said...

Perhaps its a tax thing. Maybe it was put in a trust for tax purposes and part of the settlement was that it had to be open to the public on so many days per year. And this is a way to get round that by nominally opening on 52 days per year.

A K Haart said...

John - it's rather big for activists to tackle and there are no expensive trainers in the window - it's all cheap stuff.

Sobers - you may be right because there is a fair sized cotton spinning museum as well as the shopping area.

Doonhamer said...

Is that noon to two minutes pas midnight, or midnight to two minutes past?
And what day does it close?

A K Haart said...

Doonhamer - I read it as midnight to two minutes past so it is closed every day except Sunday and an infinitely small time on Saturday night.