This seems to be an anomaly

PUBLISHED: 13:40 26 April 2007 | UPDATED: 15:05 12 May 2010

DO other readers find it an anomaly that the Barracuda pub (ex-Old Post Office) in Royston has been granted a late licence to 2am, despite being in a mainly residential area, while the Nu club – purpose-built for a late venue, and situated in a mainly c

DO other readers find it an anomaly that the Barracuda pub

(ex-Old Post Office) in Royston has been granted a late licence to 2am, despite being in a mainly residential area, while the Nu club - purpose-built for a late

venue, and situated in a mainly commercial situation - is not.

As a resident living near the Barracuda, we find the noise at weekends excessive - and likely to increase with the warmer weather.

I would like to know the feelings of others.

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