Concern grows as historic London wall crumbles

“At first, it was only a few stones.

Now it’s a large section of the wall crumbling to the ground at a London historical landmark — and heritage activists want to know why nothing has been done.

The wall between the jail and the old courthouse, now home to the Middlesex County building, has needed repairs for almost one year, said Architectural Conservancy Ontario (ACO) London past president Mike Bloxam. He said one of the board members noticed a few stones had fallen out of the wall last year and emails were sent to notify the City of London and Middlesex County representatives.“

Story: Shanon Coulter, The London Free Press

Shawn Adamsson