Letter: Paths pose bigger risk than pebbles

The council has removed pebbles painted by children as they are believed to be a 'trip hazard'.
The council has removed pebbles painted by children as they are believed to be a 'trip hazard'.

Re the Rocky Horror story on the front page of last week's paper.

The East Riding Council believe that the painting of pebbles on the beach is a trip hazard. (You couldn’t make it up.) People in Bridlington are more likely to trip on the uneven pavements in the town. The council should not interfere in children’s activities when they are being creative.

What are the council going to do next, warn people not to go on to the beach as they may get sand in between their toes?

Colin Cawthray

Stowe Garth

Bridlington