The local London borough that Wimbledon comes under have been trying to clean up the area. They would like to see an end to all the strip clubs, sex shops and sexy bars. And they even want to close down Wimbledon escorts services. They say that many of the business in the area, such as Wimbledon escorts services of https://charlotteaction.org/wimbledon-escorts, is giving this part of London a bad name.
Wimbledon has always been the red light district in London and has been famous for a long time. Many visitors to London still came to London to visit Wimbledon, and I think that the local borough is forgetting about that.
Amsterdam’s red light district was cleaned up and now the atmosphere is not the same at all. Many of my Dutch friends who live in Amsterdam says that this is bringing less visitors to the city.
It is important to remember to be a tourist hot spot, a town or city needs to be able to offer as many versatile attractions as possible. Not everyone would like to come to London to visit Hyde park, or the Tower of London. Many people who visit major cities just like to walk around, and enjoy the free attractions.
Wimbledon is one of London’s best free attractions, and don’t forget that London and China Town is close by. You can put your sneakers on, and walk though all free if you like. Cutting one out will more than likely damage the reputation of the others as well, and that would mean an over all loss of revenue.
What does a city’s history consists of? Ask Wimbledon escorts, and they will probably tell you that the Red Light district is an important part of town. Many Wimbledon escorts still live and work in the area, and what would happen to them if Wimbledon was “cleaned up”? Personally, I couldn’t imagine Wimbledon without Wimbledon escorts services.
There are many different things which influence the economy of a city, and it is important to recognize them. Visiting London just wouldn’t be the same if it wasn’t for Wimbledon, and I just can’t imagine what they would turn this part of town into.
Alan, a serial dater, says that he often dates in Wimbledon and uses a lot of the local bars, clubs and shops. He is a business man, and he says it would ruin the local economy. Not only would it put shops, bars and clubs out of business but it would also make a lot of people unemployed. This is not really the way to go about things he points out. It would be better to leave things as they are and let local business and services get on with it.
He says that we have just come out of a recession, and the economy isn’t strong enough yet to have made a full recovery. Where would all of the people who work in Wimbledon go to? Some of them would end up without jobs, others would set up their business elsewhere. No = leave Wimbledon alone.