Royal Borough community wardens have been awarded Community Safety Accreditation Scheme (CSAS) accreditation, which will give them targeted police powers to better support our communities. CSAS accreditation allows the wardens to deal with incidents such as anti-social behaviour, disorder and … Continue reading Empowering our RBWM Wardens to better support the community
Slough Borough Council is seeking an experienced provider for the delivery of an Integrated Health and Wellbeing Service for residents of Slough. The core purpose of the service is to improve the health and wellbeing outcomes of Slough residents by implementing an Integrated Health and Wellbeing Lifestyle Service, including the following elements: Smoking Cessation, NHS Health Checks, Alcohol Brief Interventions, Falls Prevention, Oral Health, Sedentary Behaviour Change, and Tier 2 Child and Adult Weight Management. This service will enable residents to take responsibility and control of their own care and enhance the collaboration between the Local Authority and Health services … Continue reading Integrated Health and Wellbeing Service SE Shared Services Tender Closes 4th October
Hi, I’ve been asked by officers for feedback on the proposed Victoria Park Dog Activity Trail and I suggested asking dog groups for their thoughts and feedback. – Could you suggest dog clubs that we should approach in and around … Continue reading Dog Activity Trail – What does YOUR dog enjoy?
Ignoring the wishes of many of the local residents of Clewer & Dedworth, Cllr Samantha Rayner (who lives in Horton) and Cllr Gerry Clark (who lives in Cookham Dean) have pulled the trial removal of the “Re-Cycling Centre” at Sutherland … Continue reading Conservatives Pull Plug on Trial Removal of “Re-Cycling Centre” at Sutherland Grange
Capital Scheme Requests need to be in by 31st August and so your feedback is requested this Bank Holiday Monday… thank you. If we had more street benches around Clewer and Dedworth West, that were brought to life like the … Continue reading Capital Scheme Request for 20 Buddy Benches for Clewer and Dedworth West
On every street there are those that are first to stand up and be counted, getting things organised, followed by a crowd of willing supporters… and then there are those that have a good moan! The “Adopt-a-Street” scheme has been … Continue reading Building Community Hubs One Street at a Time
How would you describe this mess to a young child interested in saving the planet? Saying it’s re-cycling and you are really not putting them on the right path are you? Maintaining this monstrosity costs more and more as people … Continue reading Is this Re-Cycling or just Fly Tipping at Sutherland Grange?
Here comes the summer… time to chill out and take it easy for a few weeks, recharge the batteries and get ourselves back in a zen space 😉 We were lucky enough to have 2 years in Sidmouth, Devon and … Continue reading Cllr Jon Davey Diary 5th to 10th August
I had a meeting this week with Paul James, Head of Public Affairs and Joe McMann, Senior Communications Manager at Telefónica UK Limited. While the world gets excited about downloading movies faster, there are lots of people concerned about the … Continue reading Impact of 5G on Windsor & Eton
With a New Windsor Town Council project meeting next Friday 16th August 7pm, at The Guildhall, Windsor… get yourself along… I wanted to make my position clear. As a local borough councillor I do recognise the need for a town … Continue reading Who should be creating the New Windsor Town Council?