Gavin Smith wrote:I wasn't trying to be "pointed", I was just asking. In the past (before my baby daughter was born and my social life changed accordingly) I have been past there fairly late, maybe midnight-ish, and never noticed anything much going on except one or two bakery workers on a fag break.Rather than being "curious" in a pointed sort of way, Dave, why don't you walk down Druid Street at 3.00 am and witness it for yourself?
Gavin Smith wrote:OK, but as you say that's the other end of the street, not the area being discussed here. My curiosity doesn't extend to 3 am reconnoitring; these days I need all the sleep I can get. I just thought someone might know. Jane said there were three businesses operating 24 hours.As I say, a walk down there at 3.00 am might be enlightening in more ways than one. Until a year ago, we lived in Devon Mansions and had a view over the other end of Druid Street (Beddy-Buyz end) and at least one of the businesses up that end used floodlighting to enable forklift trucks to unload.
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