grangousier wrote:Also reported on the BBC btw.There are more details at the original blog post here: http://eddiegillard.wordpress.com/2012/06/03/queen-put-at-risk-by-workfare-provider/.
I suspect the words I'd like to use would get the post deleted and me banned. Let's just say I'm now proud of the fact that I spent Sunday playing an old computer game called Portal, and ignoring the whole spectacle.
kaptau wrote:not sure if it can be both deliberate and a shamblesI am disgusted not knowing about access to Shad Thames via my SE1 utility bills. Total shambles! It's obvious that it was done deliberately in secrecy to prevent others from entering.
Annabel wrote:The 'Jubilee experience!' has aroused my curiousity as to just what our rights are to access the Path.
I'll report back
therunningman wrote:Hopefully they'll just put in place more pedestrian/disabled person friendly cobblestones like tehy they did around the Southwark Cathedral/Clink Prison area rather than just tarmac. It's really improved the area as far as I am concerned.slightly off topic but noticed they pulled up all the cobblestones under Tower Bridge.. They've replaced a lot of the river walk with a rather boring tarmac walkway.. really hope they are not planning on doing the same at Shad Thames as the cobbles may be **** for my bike but they really make the area special..
However suspect they may not be long for this world now.. any one know anything on this?
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