Bring back Brentford's Iconic Lucozade Sign. Remove the Hideous digital advertising board

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Maralyn Arnull
5 years ago
I remember this sign from my childhood in the 1950s when we would watch it whilst sitting in traffic jams! I always loved it

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Steve Lyall
5 years ago
The old sign always told me I was nearly home!

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Ruth Brooker
5 years ago
I loved the sign and miss seeing it on the drive into London.

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Reginald Greaves
5 years ago
The new sign looks ugly

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Nigel Lucas
5 years ago
I've known that sign since I was small (I'm now 56) and it's unique. It was sad to see it gone. It should be put back.

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guy strafford
5 years ago
It is was a great sign and low way to remove it.

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Opeoluwa Adeyeye
5 years ago
We must hold on to some of the things that have contributed to the character and makeup of London and the U.K.

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Jason Tait
6 years ago
This was the best sign in London so it should be reinstated

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Peter Black
6 years ago
My father lives near Reading and as a family we frequently make the journey back to London from Reading on the M4. The sign was always a highlight of the journey and my children enjoyed pointing it out, particularly at night. This is a sad loss indeed- an iconic sign removed to make way for a bland plasma sign of no merit whatsoever.

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Anna Lucas
6 years ago
The original sign has become a cultural and historic design icon and London landmark, replacing it for a generic digital screen homogenises the entry into London into more bland experience. This is the entry point for many international visitors from Heathrow, besides the national enjoyment of the sign as an indicator of arriving in London.