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
"Thanks Ian - Yours was the least offensive of a handful of comments regarding the hypocrisy or otherwise of Sue's appeal to Christian charity, which together were a bit of a pile-on and generally unedifying.
"I presume my response to Sue C is one of those you deleted, I hardly see how, 'Did you', in reply to her wider criticism of the Hampton community, could have possibly been misconstrued, considered contentious, provocative or even…"
"I attended the annual supporters meeting of SPEAR just b fore Christmas, this local charity tries to assist rough sleepers. I asked if someone would visit John and see if he would accept help. I know that he does not have a good opinion of them, but…"
"Hammer - can I suggest you stop and talk to John next time you are passing, i'm sure you will find him nothing but friendly and polite. I took my seven year old to meet him after he asked about the man who lived in the bus stop. They had a good…"
"His name is John and he is always polite when i have talked to him, my workmates have offered him coffee and food but he always refuses, he has been in the shelter for three years now and doesn't want to be put in a hostel because he thinks…"
"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."