A few months ago a letter was sent to the Coalville Times suggesting that Coalville Park be renamed to commemorate the centenary of the outbreak of World War 1 and those who lost their lives as part of it.
The letter suggested the name 'Coalville Centenary Park' might be appropriate.
What do you think?
Should Coalville Park's name be changed as a memorial? or, is Memorial Square sufficient?
Should the name reflect the fallen and veterans from all wars?
Would a change which may cost several thousand pounds, for new signs and legal costs, be a good use of taxpayers money?
Would a name change be appropriate for other parts of the district, for example 'Whitwick Great War Memorial Park'?
What do you think? Your comments would be much appreciated.