Sometimes a notice appears, you are not too sure when but you ignore it. Then one day it catches your eye.
Belfast Corporation act 1930 prohibiting the gathering of shellfish from the shores of Belfast Lough due to the risk of contamination by sewage pollution.
Also the warning of the risk due to incoming tides, perhaps an unusual occurrence which we need to be made aware off.
However, it is the risk of sewage pollution that is the most startling. Given the millions spent on sewage treatment works, not to mention the other millions spent on storm water management I would have thought that problem was well and truly sorted.
Anyone for a swim?