Letter: Lardy-types spoil Scarborough's reputation
Your correspondent Keith Sangster says the Victorians put Scarborough on the map as an 'upmarket holiday destination'.
How things have changed.
When I visited recently, the promenade was full of badly-dressed, lardy characters looking like they had eaten too many pies and had too much beer.
The language they used – when I could understand their thick Yorkshire accents – was frequently foul-mouthed.