Don’t Trip Or The Nanny State Will Catch You

 A historic Cobbled road is now being tread on by the Nanny State.
A COBBLED path at a 1,300-year-old abbey could be closed off because health and safety chiefs say people could trip over on it.
Instead they want to spend £30,000 of taxpayers’ money on a modern tarmac path to run alongside it.
Town councillors in Sherborne, Dorset, have asked for permission to carry out the work at the town’s abbey – which dates back to 705AD – because they fear a costly law suit.

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