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Sir Patrick Stewart OBE and Annie Lennox OBE have added their voices to a protest against plans for a ‘super sewer’ in a popular Rotherhithe public garden, campaigners say.

The British stars are the latest names on the 4,500 signature strong petition to save King’s Stairs Gardens, which Thames Water announced in October was the preferred location for construction of a ‘large shaft site’ as part of the wider Thames Tunnel project.


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