I was lucky enough to have family visit from the west coast this year, which included two five-year-olds.
We found something to do every day, including: Family Day at the pool (there was a great crowd), public swimming (most often, there was hardly anybody there), the Avon River Days parade (it was very nice but once again, nobody was there), train rides at Tregothic Railway (these were super; it’s amazing that people don’t even know it is there), and the Avon Pony Club show at the arena.
OK folks, none of these were like the old days but support them, accept changes and help build them up again. What happens if they fail? Who are you going to blame? Can you say ‘I went to them, cheered,’ et cetera?
We all need changes to help build Windsor up again, to make the town what it used to be and yes, at 78, I have seen many changes and am still enjoying them.
One complaint for tourism is we should be able to buy t-shirts with the word Windsor on them, at least at the tourist bureau. If they don’t all sell one year, they would the next.