Your correspondent N. J. Webb complains of the admission fee to Beaulieu for the Autojumble. Aspoints.a regular visitor to the museum and the various functions, I would make the following points.
1 It is difficult if not impossible to effect a separation of the autojumble area and the rest of Beaulieu’s attractions.
2 Ditto with respect to the feeding and toilet
3 If Mr. Webb goes to the event armed with a proper shopping list, his bargains and savings are so outstanding that the £1.40 fec pales into insignificance.
I have, of course, no formal connection with any part of the Beaulieu enterprise but long may it flourish. I shall pay my family’s entry fees again next year!
Southampton DR. M. E. HORSLEY