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Tuesday 12 June 2007 12.36am
Since the park reopened, all work has stopped on the two new kiosks.
Any speculation?
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Tuesday 12 June 2007 8.10am
What are the kiosks meant to be for? <-- free stuff and get rid of your unwanted stuff
Wednesday 13 June 2007 4.04am
the one near ken's is to hide the window cleaning rig, provide public toilets and sell food and drink. the other one is for fod and non-alcoholic drinks only.
Wednesday 4 July 2007 7.31am
one guy on the top of the more london kiosk yesterday ...
Wednesday 4 July 2007 3.30pm
When I wrote to Our Ken about the appalling lack of public loos in the area [and the large number of people attracted to the area, who are left high & dry]his representative told me that he didn't know what the 2 buildings were. Neither did the builders! How typical that Potters Fields should be re-opened without these necessary facilities which, I am told, will be open in the Autumn.....which seems to have started :-)
Thursday 5 July 2007 7.14am
some activity at potters field kiosk yeaterday and this morning - at last.
it's just like the roads, someone comes along - digs a hole and surrounds it with the ineffective barriers that fall in the wind and ... six months later?
Friday 6 July 2007 10.26am
is it just me, or is that the sound of curtains twitching?
Friday 6 July 2007 1.59pm
gang of men working on site when i just walked past.

kellandj, i think more people would take an interest in this thread if you actually came out with some information. your vague insinuations are rather boring.
Monday 9 July 2007 11.47am
It does seem surprising that the park opened without the kiosks.

They'd certainly be welcome - the queue at the ice-cream van yesterday was far too long!
Thursday 12 July 2007 11.37pm
One of the kiosks is going to be run by Amano
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