5 Comments on "New favourite sign"


  1. What about the eye-hurting kitsch they sell? Guess we’ll skip that.


  2. yes, much better than the old sign and thank you for promoting businesses who care about how the high street look!.


  3. It’s a bit . . . washed-out and ghostly, isn’t it though? . . .

    Tasteful signs are obviously preferable to gaudy, neon, plastic, etc, no argument there.

    But this obsession with signs that the Conservation Area imposes is all just a bit too precious. I care about general conservation of important things concerning the area, but what kind of SIGN a shop has — I’m sorry, I fail to see how earth shatteringly important or impactful that is.

    I care about environmental concerns, rubbish, overdevelopment, not even services or resources, housing issues, etc, but gimme a break, I can’t care about a sign. It’s not the most pressing matter is it?

    I have over forty years of history with this area, growing up around here, but these days Wanstead is way up its own “place where the sun doesn’t shine.”


    1. Typo: meant to read “Not ENOUGH services or resources” rather than “not even.”

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