Archive for Month: March 2018

  • INVESTMENT IN CLEWER AND DEDWORTH

    Big investment being made in Clewer & Dedworth this year thanks to local Conservative councillors.  I have made a short video to explain where the investment is being made.  You can watch it here:

  • FOSTER AVENUE IMPROVEMENT

    Residents who walk between Foster Avenue and Luff Close will know that the stairs up to Luff Close have been made safer.  The bushes have been cut back; slabs re-laid and a new handrail installed. The path leading from the stairs to Foster Avenue has now been replaced and a new handrail installed.  This will…

  • CASTLE FARM SPINNEY PAVEMENT

    Improvements at Castle Farm Spinney, Dedworth continue this year. I have had the pavement at the southern end of the spinney to be repaired following tree damage.  The area is now safe to walk on. Last year’s bulbs are coming up and the primroses planted two years ago look as if they will add a splash…

  • DEDWORTH SPRING CLEAN 2018

    Thank you to residents, community wardens and councillors for supporting this year’s Spring Clean.  In total we managed to collect 15 sacks of litter from various areas across Dedworth including a fishing rod and a knife! We also received a number of enquiries from people across Windsor who want to run a community clean up. …

  • LUFF CLOSE IMPROVEMENTS

    Work has now been completed on the broken steps leading down to Foster Avenue and a handrail installed.  These improvements will make it a little safer to get between Luff Close and Foster Avenue,  especially for elderly residents.  The hedge that blocked out half the stairway for many years has now been cut back so it should be…

  • OSGOOD PARK- NEW TREES PLANTED

    Two new trees have been planted in Osgood Park.  The trees fill two gaps down the Wolf Lane side of the park.  They are known as “Olympic Flame” trees as they turn bright red in the Autumn- a really useful addition to Osgood Park. During the past three years I have introduced a mix of…