- published: 25 Sep 2015
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Pieces from old Kingston Post Office finally come home It’s been about 45 years since the old Kingston Post Office building on Broadway was hastily torn down, to make way for a Jack-in-the-Box restaurant. At the time, a first class postage stamp cost only six cents. The demolition of that 1907 example of classic architecture has outraged Kingstonites ever since, and sparked a modern preservation apparatus to prevent the same mistake from repeating. On Friday evening, the memory of Kingston’s lost treasure was enshrined outside Montrepose Cemetery on Chester Street, with the installation of four original column capitals salvaged from the wrecking ball. The cement pieces have been sitting in a backyard in Woodstock most of those four decades, and were donated back to Kingston in 2011 a...
CWU's Keep The Post Public Campaign came to the Royal Borough of Kingston in Southwest London this month, with over 1000 people including postal workers, friends, family and local supporters marching through the town in their fight to stop the privatisation of Royal Mail. Speakers included .... along with CWU's Billy Hayes and Dave Ward. And the rally even got the royal seal of approval from "Her Majesty The Queen" (Created January 2011)
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This was just me being really silly. Please disregard any of the bad language!
Bit of chat from a Weatherspoon, The Kings Tun in Kingston-Upon-Thames.
The Old Post Office Telephone Exchange A new square around The Old Post Office • Significant high quality landscaping including planting of mature trees • Creating activity with shops, restaurants and business space • Integration with Kingston Council’s proposed ‘Mini Holland’ cycling initative • High quality building materials and architectural design Berkeley Group / St George designed for life
Went through the trouble to get most of the trains after 9/11 getting chased away but got most trains without being hassled by the cops.
oday, we are demonstrating in the constituencies of two of the Lib Dem Ministers who want to privatise Royal Mail -- Vince Cable and Ed Davey. They are both Lib Dems -- willing hostages in the Tory Government. We are not really picking upon them. A few days ago, the CWU organised a successful demonstration in David Cameron's own constituency. But as Ministers directly supporting the proposed Bill to privatise Royal Mail, it is important that we take this case to their local constituents. The Ministers won't listen to the arguments of the CWU. The Ministers won't listen to the opinion of the general public -- who regularly oppose Royal Mail privatisation in opinion polls. The Ministers won't even listen to the opinions of their own Lib Dem supporters -- who in a poll on 1st October show...
We hit the streets of Kingston to speak to the public about the plans approved by Kingston Council to build a 16-storey development on the site of the Old Post Office and Telephone Exchange. The development, given the green light last Thursday, will include flats, offices and retail space.