Do you think it is about time the tramp living in the old bus stop was moved on? Is the bus stop listed as it has been there years since it was used for a stop. Don't want to think about what lurks…Continue
"The bench was built into the bus stop and was removed and not replaced. I think someone has given him the replacement. It is a bus shelter by definition. He is not waiting for a bus, refuses help and should be moved on."
"Just to say I have phoned SPEAR. The volunteer receptionist said she would follow up and find out if an out reach worker had visited him. Some local people are kind and deliver food to him and he has the offer of a shower from the Hampton Hill…"
"We were just speaking about him last night at dinner with local friends. He apparently has been offered housing before, but has turned it down as it was not in Hampton. He stays in the shelter as he is apparently a local himself.…"
"They aren't as simple as they appear. He is regularly spoken to by SPEAR (local homeless charity).
The only thing that I have heard about him is that he is polite. He was when we exchanged words in the Launderette."
"Posts about this man have come up several times on the Streetlife site. Local agencies are aware of him but I kind of got the impression from one of them (just my opinion) that solutions aren't always as simple as they appear."
"My guess is he is local which life has happened to, yesterday lunch time he was chatting to some one in the old Bus Stop, which to the best of my knowledge isn't listed https://historicengland.org.uk and to be honest, I'm not sure why…"
"Firstly, have you any evidence to suggest that this man is using the bushes for the use you suggest? I know for a fact that he's a regular down at the pool where he uses the showers, at the laundrette and in the local cafes and pubs…"
"Compassion don't make me laugh. You lot bang on about dogs mess on a thread on here. What if your kid stepped in his. That shelter must be listed (it has a number tagged on it).
The in use bus stop is only a few yards up the street from the…"