Dismay at National Trust's shop move
I write this as someone who has been a member of the National Trust for almost 30 years.
Am I alone in finding the National Trust's action in driving a small souvenir shop at the Causeway out of existence regrettable and draconian?
This little shop has served tourists well for many long years as they sought to buy a souvenir reminder of their visit to the north coast.
Could it be that the trust's big visitor centre, with its items at grossly inflated prices, is jealous of competition from a small enterprise?
Is this yet another example of a high-handed act by the trust which has made several faux pas this past year?