It may not have escaped your attention, but the Second World War ended some 60 years ago.
Evidently this has come as something of a surprise to Nanny, for some 60 years on she has decided that Hitler should be banned.
Well, when I say Hitler has to be banned, I mean that his name should be banned.
Sixty years too late, but I suppose that the gesture is well meant!
Unfortunately, as with all things that Nanny turns her hand to, she has managed to over react.
Nanny, in her infinite wisdom, has banned the name Hitler in the Cornish port of Mevagissey. You see, ladies and gentlemen, in this picturesque beauty spot there is a park called Hitler's Walk.
The parkland, overlooking the harbour, received the name in the 1930's after a local councillor Wright Harris.
He wanted to make sure fishermen paid their fees, and would stand in the park checking their comings and goings.
Needless to say the locals soon nicknamed the spot after the German chancellor Adolf Hitler.
Now it seems that some people, not locals but newcomers, have nothing better to do with their time than to complain about things.
Isn't it funny how as soon as you let strangers come and live with you, they start to complain about things and try to change the way you live?
Anyhoo, the newbies have decided that they don't like the name of the park and have told Nanny's chums in the local borough council to take down two newly-erected signs.
However, the parish councillors are mounting a fierce resistance and want the signs returned.
I wish the parish council well, it is quite obvious that the name of the park is in no way some sinister memorial to Adolf Hitler of Berlin.
My suggestion to the newcomers is simple, you knew what the place was like before you went there; if you don't like it, then leave!