Archive for Month: October 2017

  • GIANT POPPIES RETURN TO DEDWORTH RD

    I have arranged for large poppies to be displayed on Dedworth Rd once again this year.  Thanks to the Burnham Royal British Legion and RBWM staff for their help in making the display possible. Many of our current and former service personnel tell me that they really appreciate these poppies appearing in Dedworth.  If you…

  • DROP IN FOR SAFETY ADVICE

    Earlier this year I arranged for our community wardens to hold regular drop in sessions at the Spencer Denney Centre.  These are informal and confidential sessions where Clewer & Dedworth residents can pop in and discuss road safety, anti-social behaviour etc. with our community wardens- a police officer is usually on hand too. The sessions…

  • OSGOOD PARK BULB PLANTING

    Thanks again to all who took part in our community bulb planting at Osgood Park.   This year we managed to plant more than 2,500 bulbs in the park, which means that more than 14,000 Spring flowering bulbs have now been planted for all to enjoy! The Marie Curie Field of Hope now has more than 10,000…

  • MORE FESTIVE LIGHTS FOR DEDWORTH

    I have arranged for the trees at Dedworth Rd/ St Andrews Avenue to have some festive lights.  The lights will hopefully add some winter cheer to the shopping parade and help our small businesses make the most of the festive season.  Some residents have suggested that the lights remain all year round, but let me know…

  • LUFF CLOSE IMPROVEMENTS CONTINUE

    New trees have been planted and new streetlights installed at Luff Close.  Broken pavements have also been fixed. Contracts have now been issued to repair broken steps leading down to Foster Avenue and install a handrail to make it a little safer especially for elderly residents.  The hedge that blocked out half the stairway for…

  • ABBOT’S WALK REPAIRED

    Another of my “target” roads has been repaired.  Abbots Walk was on my list of roads that needed repaired when I was elected in 2015.  The surface had broken up at the top of the street and was badly worn in many other areas.  It had been getting worse, but has now been repaired. One…

  • OSGOOD PARK BULB PLANTING

    Thanks again to all who took part in our community bulb planting at Osgood Park.   This year we managed to plant more than 2,500 bulbs in the park, which means that more than 14,000 Spring flowering bulbs are there for all to enjoy!  The Field of Hope now has more than 10,000 daffodils; 500 snowdrops…