So is no one bothered about the turdis?
What 'radio and TV' covered this nano-story?Biggin hill managed to get rid of their ugly toilet.
TURDIS UPDATE - Dr Who has triumphed.
At last the Turdis has gone to another place in time and space, just leaving the scorched tarmac as a memory of its visit to Biggin Hill. The arrival of the Dalek’s Advance Party on New Year’s Day obviously scared TFL with the thought of the Daleks appearing at City Hall.
Seriously the Driver’s toilet has now gone, we will chase up the removal of the base and the restoration of grass verge.
This has been a great example of how by everybody working together things can get done even against a real Bureaucracy like TFL.
Thank you to the great support from The BH Residents Association, residents who were directly affected, and many others who supported us, Bromley Council, our GLA member Gareth Bacon, together with the Press, Radio and TV and of course Social Media who made this removal possible.
Thank you all so much from Julian and Melanie.
The photos of the actual removal are from a very supportive local resident.
The BBC and the metro covered the Biggins Hill turdis, and just looking so did a number of other papers...at the beginning of December...What 'radio and TV' covered this nano-story?
Couldn't agree more, humans naturally need to take a piss sometimes, and bus drivers are humans too. I can't believe anyone would object to them being provided with facilities to do so. I felt rage when I read the story of the Biggin hill nimbys throwing their toys out of the pram over this, so I can only hope that residents of Tulse Hill are much more sympathetic and understanding.Seriously what’s the problem apart from it being a bit ugly? Surely bus drivers should have somewhere to go to the loo at the end of their route? Better there than then sneakily pissing in people’s gardens or the like. Unless there’s an actual legitimate problem this seems like nimby bullshit.
Just started filling in the Lambeth questionnaire about budget cut proposals. First proposal, for savings of 2.57m over 4 years is:Local authorities aren't allowed to use money raised by controlled parking zones on anything other than running/maintaining the scheme - they can't spend it on other services.
It was just after I'd got off at the station luckily. Loads of footage of himon FB ranting and charging up and down the platform with the machete before the rozzers tasered him. I suspect mental health issues. Good job it's not America, they'd have shot him.
* contact details available on requestSirs, Ma’ams,
I’d like to take this opportunity to introduce myself and my colleagues who I work alongside.
I am Captain Steve Hall, I work alongside Lance Corporal Andy Stanley, Corporal Victoria Medlin and Corporal Imran Khan. We are all serving members of the Army Reserves Royal Military Police based at 253 Army Reservist Centre, Upper Tulse Hill, Brixton.
We wish to extend an invitation for anyone wishing to join the Royal Military Police Reserves to attend one of our open evenings that are held on the first Wednesday of every month at 7.30pm.
We further wish to engage with our community and welcome any invites to events in order to meet you all and increase awareness of our role, both within the Lambeth community and the wider military.
They were also at the Lambeth Country Show trying to get people to join them. My kids were climbing in and out of their Land Rover, enjoying it. But the TA guys seemed quite sub-normal. Certainly not the idea I have of army people, much older and paunchier. I guess, like T&P said, if it's your job, you can maybe justify all the shite of being an army cop, dealing with pissed up squaddies, but what sort of a person volunteers for fun?I've seen them in Brixton Rec running a stall.