I see that Dunster, a well preserved medieval village complete with cobbled streets, has fallen foul of Nanny's obsession with health and safety.
A council working group has decreed that the worn out cobbles in the Old Yarn Market are a tad "dangerous", and is proposing replacing them with smooth surfaced roads at a cost of over £100K.
Seemingly the working group wants to bring the village "into the 21st century"!
The Chairman of the working group, Paul Toogood, told the media that people have required an ambulance five times this year because of falling over on the cobbles.
Why not simply spend the £100K on repairing the damaged cobbles?
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