Archive for Month: February 2019

  • HEMWOOD DELL UPDATE

    I have received a few enquiries on why the council is selling Hemwood Dell in Dedworth. The Dell is not owned by the council. RBWM is not selling this site. The Dell is “adopted” by the Royal Borough as highway. It’s maintained as a highway so residents are able to walk through it and although…

  • CASTLE FARM SPINNEY BUG HOUSE AND WOODLAND PATH

    A local resident has kindly offered to build the frame for a small “bug house” at the Castle Farm Spinney. The Spinney is a small wooded area that runs between Wyatt Road and Burnham Close. It’s a nice open space that‘s well used by walkers and dog walkers. It is also home to many bugs and…

  • HOMER SCHOOL- NEW BOILER

    Homer School is due to receive a new gas boiler this year.  From speaking with parents this is a welcome development and I’m sure that having a reliable boiler will be welcome at the school too. To facilitate the work there will be a need to dig up some of Testwood Road.  Currently the work…

  • £50 MILLION INFRASTRUCTURE INVESTMENT

    The Royal Borough Conservatives are proposing an investment programme of £50M over the next four years on roads, pavements, bridges and other highways schemes. It would be good to hear from residents about any specific ideas for infrastructure projects in Dedworth (roundabout at Vale Rd? car park at Hilltop? Crossing at the cemetery etc.). Let…