ADVERTISER readers say it is time to banish the boulders of New Addington. Of more than 500 people to vote in our poll, 59 per cent said they would like to see the back of Central Parade's unusual parking control measure, with only 31 per cent saying they'd like to see the stones remain. The other 10 per cent said they couldn't care less. Our poll was prompted by new Labour councillors Louisa Woodley and Oliver Lewis, suggesting they'd look to get rid of the boulders - or at least ask for residents' opinion on their future. On a visit to New Addington this week, we found most people seemed to be in the anti-boulder camp. Betty Lacey, 76, told us: "I hate them and every time I see them they remind me of the Flintstones."See Friday's Advertiser for more on this story.
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