After part one, covering a very controversial issue, this one could almost be considered an anti climax!
However, sometimes it’s the so called small issues, that attract ones attention.
There was a question on the installation of handrails....something that perhaps of my no longer being a regular at Easter Road, struck a chord with me.
Way back in 2008, my wife refused to return to hospitality in the West because she simply did not feel safe without a hand rail to assist her if required if she got nudged.
Missed out on the half time pies!
Coming from Oz, she was used to hand rails being installed at strategic locations as a matter of course....but they were completely absent from ER..and she could not understand how a stadium housing thousands would NOT have them.
I know that ER meets all health and safety requirement minimum standards, but agree with the person that raised the question through the podcast that many, especially auld farts like me..would be more comfortable with handrails if they could be fitted in safely.
Good to hear that Frank said he would raise it.