Everything. We went to see the heavy horse show. Parked in a grass field despite blue badge. Long walk down to museum with steep slope. Not suitable for disabled people and no drop off point.
Museum looked promising with children's activities at the entrance just beyond the rusting machinery. Down hill from there.Poor signage, confusing layout and no food available anytime soon because of the show.
Left and went back up the hill. No bus because of the show. Then magic. I expressed our disappointment at the entrance which now had doubled its staff. It turned out that I had got the manager in my sites. This lady apologised and offered to put thing s right. She did. She personally took us round to the show ring and found us space. She also returned later to see how we were. We had a great time watching creatures great and small quite literally flying passed at the gallop and at arms length. I was so glad we took up the offer.
I can see the problems of narrow roads and distances. Not easy. It could be really great with a few tweaks. We shall be back next year but we shall eat again at Nerston toll where there is a choice of outlets including Frankie and Bennys and the Leeburn Table Table which we used. The museum set up reminded me of Glasgow Riverside and Abbotsford here in the Borders. Bad designs where form triumphs over function.
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