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Simon Randolph left a comment for Bristol North Baby Sensory
"Hi Bristol North Baby Sensory person, While I am sure your organisation offers a very worthwhile service, it is a commercial and a national one (I've looked at the Baby Sensory website). As such (and this is only my personal view) your use of…"
Sep 18, 2013
Bristol North Baby Sensory left a comment for Simon Randolph
"It's just me running the classes!"
Sep 16, 2013
Simon Randolph left a comment for Bristol North Baby Sensory
"Not sure you are a person!"
Sep 16, 2013
Bristol North Baby Sensory posted an event
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Baby Sensory at St Bart's Church Hall, St Andrews

September 17, 2013 from 1pm to 2pm
New Baby Sensory Class starting at St Bart's Church Hall on the corner of the park at 13:00 on 17 September. Email now to book your FREE taster - only a few places left! E:bristolnorth@babysensory.co.uk Also check out my webpage for information on my other classes :http://www.babysensory.com/en/classdetails/bristol-northSee More
Sep 13, 2013
Bristol North Baby Sensory is now a member of Friends Of St Andrews Park
Sep 13, 2013

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Do you live in Bristol
Yes
How often do you use St Andrews Park
Once a week
What is it about St Andrews Park you like
A fantastic space for babies, children and dogs too. It's always clean and well maintained and perfect for picnics in the summer.

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At 15:59 on September 18, 2013, Simon Randolph said…

Hi Bristol North Baby Sensory person,

While I am sure your organisation offers a very worthwhile service, it is a commercial and a national one (I've looked at the Baby Sensory website). As such (and this is only my personal view) your use of the website for free advertising, (even as a FoSAP 'member'), is a cynical misuse of the function of the website. I feel the FoSAP website should not be used for such advertising. Otherwise your initiative becomes the thin end of the wedge whereby the website becoming a useful organ for any business to sell its 'wares'.

The proper place for such advertisements is the local magazines 'Bishopston Matters'  and 'Bishopston Voice', which I imagine you have already contacted.  You do course have to pay for advertising in these publications.

At 10:26 on September 16, 2013, Simon Randolph said…

Not sure you are a person!

 
 
 

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