Zoe wrote:. Totally agree re helicopters in general and yesterday was extremely stressful.. I did speak to police and the chopper disappeared like magic...it was a pain indeed trying to ruin our sunny Sunday rest day supposedly...I heard the radio announce the event so decided to spend part of the pleasant day in the West End which was tranquil n quiet compared to this vibrant Southbank.area yesterdayThe low flying helicopter over us for several hours was also very annoying. Am disappointed at the lack of moaning about the road closures or the helicopter. Did no one feel my pain?
Paramount wrote:Well I have had most interesting conversations with black cab drivers especially but apologise as wasn't aware of the Boris bike or Santander charge ..I really thought they were free. I don't see any menu listing charges conditions bike hire etc as with cycle shops naturally
Paramount wrote:Nah, it's unfinished business.Prove what?????? 51 is a majority!!
eDWaRD WooDWaRD wrote:. Dream on. Out us out!!! Rule Britannia!!!! Come in Last night of Proms! Sock it to them. Follow thatParamount wrote:Nah, it's unfinished business.Prove what?????? 51 is a majority!!
Paramount wrote:What are you on about?eDWaRD WooDWaRD wrote:. Dream on. Out us out!!! Rule Britannia!!!! Come in Last night of Proms! Sock it to them. Follow thatParamount wrote:Nah, it's unfinished business.Prove what?????? 51 is a majority!!
suziq wrote:Thanks Zoe - I was determined not to be the first! We definitely felt the pain. The helicopter hovered over the south side of Blackfriars Station, directly in front of our flat in Burrell Street, for almost six hours. It moved away every so often (obviously just to annoy the hell out of someone else) and each time we thought it had gone but, no, back it came. Very painful. It didn't appear to be filming and it wasn't the police, so no idea what the purpose was. Who, exactly, can we / should we complain to when this happens? I didn't think it would be a police matter, but what do I know?!
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