Hi, I was hoping someone would be able to assist me. I received a phone call from a lady who works as a volunteer in our local visitor information centre informing me that I am banned from entering the premises. I asked on what grounds and was informed that until I could speak nicely to the volunteers and staff I was not permitted on premises. I asked for more details and was given no answer. This visitor information centre is funded by the local council and is run by a tourism incorporation. I was going to write to the board of this incorporation requesting the lady's role and if this is a formal banning by the board and if so, what are the terms of the banning and the reasoning behind the ban as I am at a loss as to this. But before writing the letter I thought I would just ask here to see if this is the right avenue. I am a volunteer and am the main organizer of community events in our town and use the visitor information centre leaving flyers of up coming events for the visitors to our town. I was informed by the lady on the phone that I am not to drop at the Chamber of Commerce information off or other community events flyers that someone else is to. My main query is as a resident, can I be banned from entering a public place, and if so should there be more than just a phone call to advise me of this?