Buskers code 'not needed' in music town
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Buskers code of conduct 'not needed' in Monmouthshire

Buskers in Monmouthshire may soon have to adhere to a code of conduct.

The council is considering introducing guidance after complaints were received about musicians in Abergavenny being rude and performing "poor quality", loud and "repetitive" music.

Singer-songwriter Frankie Wesson said the code was as unnecessary as most use "common sense".

  • 30 Jan 2018
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