Archive for Month: June 2018

  • UNAUTHORISED ENCAMPMENTS IN DEDWORTH

    Having visited the unauthorised encampment at Dedworth Manor it was clear to me that it would not have been possible if the area had been better protected. I have agreed with the Leader of the Royal Borough and Council Officials that the existing defences between Sawyer’s Close and Dedworth Manor need to be strengthened once…

  • DEDWORTH RECYCLING DAY 2018

    Recycling Day is back with us this year.  This is the third one that I organised with RBWM Waste Team to increase awareness of recycling and get one or two more residents recycling food, plastics and now textiles. Come along to Pirate Park on Saturday 30th June to get food caddy bags, textile recycling bags…

  • MEMORIAL GARDEN IN GOOD SHAPE

    The Broom Farm Memorial Garden was restored with help from a small band of volunteers and gardeners back in 2015.  It was an overgrown and unkempt area that residents felt would be a focal point for remembrance and occasional contemplation. I make sure that it is maintained on a regular basis. Longer term I’m looking…