The Park & Ride guys at Hadleigh deserve a mention too…
I had to go back to the park & ride to pick up my big rucksack, and then needed to get a train to London. I asked when we got to the park and ride if there was any chance I could get a lift back to the site, so I could walk to the station from there. The bus drivers were all finishing, but one of them took me (and a couple of people who had got on the wrong buses!) to Laindon station before going back to the depot.
Many thanks to them and the police/army etc.Posted 5 years agoeyerideitMember
There’s such a limpic love in at the moment – It’s brillaint, even black cab drivers are being as ****ish towards cyclists. 🙂
I just walked past a lightbulb hatted guy in Hamersmith – he looked a bit worse for wear.
They get to keep the outfit as well – he said he was never taking it off – I wouldn’t either.Posted 5 years agoFuzzyWuzzyMember
The only negative comments I’ve read on them seemed to be from the odd athlete wanting to watch stuff but did athletes really have a ‘free pass’ to enter all the stadia and watch what they like? I can see it being awkward for a volunteer if Wiggo asks to be let in to the velodrome but they’ve been told only to allow ticket holders etc.Posted 5 years agomtMember
Thought all the people I came across Gamesmakers, Police, Military and other security were really helpful, friendly and acted like they were pleased to be there.Posted 5 years ago
Given the magnitude of what we have just witnessed, it’s restored a bit of faith in human nature for me. It’s good to have your cynisim undermined (a bit).
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