Tweet of the week - what's the buzz on Twitter?
TWEET The Crow by following us on social networking site Twitter. Our page, http://twitter.com/roystoncrow, is a great way to keep in touch with everything which is happening in Crow Country, and to discuss the stories being posted on www.roystoncrow24.co.uk
TWEET The Crow by following us on social networking site Twitter.
Our page, http://twitter.com/roystoncrow, is a great way to keep in touch with everything which is happening in Crow Country, and to discuss the stories being posted on www.roystoncrow24.co.uk.
Last week we launched a Tweet of the Week feature, giving our followers the chance to have their say on the issues affecting the Royston area.
The first question was; Do you think Royston can sustain increased parking charges? Here are a selection of the responses:
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@marketing_lady; I left Royston 18 years ago. I go back monthly to visit family. The High St is now a ghost town. Higher charges will not help
@JCTurner; parking charges should be reduced, retailers are having a hard enough time as it is. Shoppers will go elsewhere
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@MrLambastic; Higher charges are bad news, soon it will be cheaper to park in Cambridge or Stevenage than coming to Royston!
@Us_Blog; A lot of people who shop in the town don't come in their cars anyway, I don't think it'll make that much difference.
This weeks Tweet of the Week question is: What is the most unusual Christmas present you have ever received?
To take part, simply follow The Crow at http://twitter.com/roystoncrow and tweet us your answer. A selection of the best tweets will be posted here next Tuesday.