Thursday, 27 June 2013

How Far Is Too Far?

I recently put up a posting about something happening in Bourne Hall, Ewell having considered that readers who live in the South part of Worcester Park may well consider this to be local to them. This has got me wondering, how far should I go when looking for interesting things to write about, or rather where should I start filtering them out? I have often written about Victoria House and its North Cheam surroundings. Conversely, going the other way, I have mentioned issues in Manor Park, and things heading off in the direction of Malden (both Old and New). I am aware that some of these things will be of interest to people living on one edge of Worcester Park, but not to everyone in Worcester Park, whereas things in Central Road are probably of interest to all of us. I know there are many regular readers and even contributors who themselves live outside Worcester Park itself and even some who live very far away in places I would definitely class as 'foreign'. So where should the boundary be?

Once again I would like to ask you dear blog readers for guidance. Are you happy if Cheam baths gets an occasional mention or does it offend your sense of neat borders? If I happen to hear of something a bit interesting going on in Morden, Cheam, Stoneleigh or Tolworth or even Ashtead do you like to hear about it? (Well maybe not Ashtead as they have a good blogger down there already.) Or would you rather know that pretty much every post has its roots somewhere within the strict boundaries of WP. Is the balance about right for you, is it too myopic or too broad? Please let me know what you think about this most weighty of issues. Thanks. I look forward to your feedback!