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Tuesday 1 March 2005 10.24am
What about some more attractive lighting along the riverbank (southside) between Fountain Green Square and the Angel Inn public House? This part of the Pool of London, in Bermondsey Riverside, (east of Tower Bridge) is unfortunately neglected compared to other parts of the Pool. The same applies to the north side of the river between Tower Bridge and Wapping police station.
Wednesday 2 March 2005 11.06pm
Blue lights in trees are nice. I like the newly-lit ones up at the top of London Bridge City pier. But blue light on brickwork doesn't work for me.

Not in the Pool, but I like the random blue spots of light in the subway leading to the IMAX.
Tuesday 8 March 2005 10.12pm
A friend has been trying to find out why the lights on the south side of Tower Bridge aren't working for about 5 months.

See the email from last November. Since then every email to these addresses has been ignored.

Please all email these addresses to try and get this sorted. It's embarassing a capital city can't change a lighbulb or two, and that noone who is responsible for this seems to care.

If we can't change a lightbulb what hope for the Olympic bid??


[email protected]

or person below:

"----- Original Message -----
From: Bowyer, Samantha
To: (name removed)
Sent: Monday, November 08, 2004 1:01 PM
Subject: RE: Floodlighting the bridge

Dear (name removed),

In response to your recent enquiry the floodlights at the south end of the Bridge have not worked recently due to damage, they are being replaced this month and should be working again in the very near future.
The flood lights are sometimes on during the day for routine tests which are carried out by our Technical department.

Samantha Bowyer
Admin & Finance Assistant
Tower Bridge Exhibition
Tower Bridge

Tel: 020 7940 3965
Fax: 020 7357 7935
Email: [email protected] "

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