Bovril Johnston's a cafe within the chapel is a gem. It was a brilliant community hub before they relocated to your visitor centre. Your current policy of having to pay the chapel entry fee or having a special chapel local ID card to partake in their marvellous coffee and fantastic cakes ( even at higher prices now charged) is pants. Where can I take my teetotal mother in law now..... Pentland plants? I cannot be bothered with your crazy idea of creating a photo ID just for this.
How many visitors per year were you getting before Dan Brown's book and what were you charging?
Why have you had public grants to build visitor facilities and put greater restrictions on local public access?
What are you doing for local community apart from lining your family pockets?
Revert to free access for the local community on the basis of reasonable trust
Allow and encourage village use of Bovril Johnston's
It won't even dent your bottom line!.......