Help us save Kingston’s tumbling phone boxes


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In January, Lib Dem councillors Stephen Brister and Chrissie Hitchcock, alongside MP for Kingston and Surbiton Ed Davey, launched a campaign to block the Tory Council’s proposals to get rid of Kingston’s iconic tumbling phone boxes at the junction of Old London Rd and Clarence St.

The phone boxes, which feature in many photos and postcards of Kingston, have become a popular and recognisable feature of Kingston town centre.

But in the now notorious draft development brief for the Eden Quarter the Council say that “The telephone boxes should be removed or relocated”. (Click here to Download the Eden Quarter Development brief - the quote is on page 54)

Councillors Rebekah Moll and Jon Tolley are continuing with the campaign started by their former colleagues.

Petition Closed - Thanks for your help

I call on Kingston Council to drop their proposal to remove or relocate the tumbling telephone boxes from Old London Rd, Kingston


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