BREAKING NEWS: Protestors lobby council meeting which will decide fate of sex shop
PROTESTORS arriving for this morning s licensing meeting to decide the fate of a Fenland sex shop, cold shouldered proprietor Tony Ibrahim as he arrived at Fenland Hall. Mr Ibrahim is hoping the licensing committee of Fenland District Council will approve
PROTESTORS arriving for this morning's licensing meeting to decide the fate of a Fenland sex shop, cold shouldered proprietor Tony Ibrahim as he arrived at Fenland Hall.
Mr Ibrahim is hoping the licensing committee of Fenland District Council will approve his application to convert the derelict former Little Chef at Guyhirn into an adult only shop.
Nearly 200 objections have been lodged with the council although some of these have been disallowed by officials who studied the application.
Mr Ibrahim is entitled to operate and run an adult only shop selling nearly all the items he hopes to sell but needs a licence for adult DVDs and videos.
A three man panel of councillors is hearing the application and a decision is expected later today.
- 1 Children among suspected hare coursers stopped in the Fens
- 2 Crowds watch as Wisbech lights up for Christmas
- 3 Princess Eugenie comes to town in bid to tackle modern slavery
- 4 Stolen caravans discovered on village site to relief of owners
- 5 Fens business park goes to auction - for up to £700,000
- 6 Former army major sentenced after pillion rider dies in motorcycle crash
- 7 Pedestrian killed crossing road
- 8 Two-day operation to feature in episode four of TV series
- 9 Wayne officially opens doors to DOORBRITE showroom
- 10 Family's tribute to 'much-loved' and 'fun-loving' A1198 crash victim