As we look to the future, I have reflected back on the highlights and lowlights of the past year, below is a list of memorable moments, not in chronological order: Efforts to Save Garden Centre Conversations with the Inspector Regarding … Continue reading Laying the Foundations for 2021
Treat yourself to membership of the New Windsor Community Association! £20 for adults, £10 for kids & oaps Opened by the Queen Mother in 1971 after local residents spent 6 year’s raising money to build it. They started saving the … Continue reading £20 quid spare for a good cause this Christmas?
There is an economic model called the Regional Economic Multiplier Effect which basically says £1 spent locally will go to 6 or 7 other local businesses so becomes £6 or £7. A £1 spend with Amazon goes off to where … Continue reading Try and spend local this Christmas
The Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead is proposing changes to Castle Hill and St Albans St to expand the pedestrian space, making the area more pleasant and safer for visitors during the busiest times of the day. The expectation … Continue reading Castle Hill Windsor Public Space Transformation Consultation Closes 10 January 2021
Lisa got her latest Poppy displays from Miss Lorraine Wardell from Alexander First School this afternoon. The drawings done by the children are now on display in Tesco’s window alongside those from The Always Growing Nursery, Lilliput Learners Preschool, Trinity … Continue reading Bring your Poppies ‘ere!
This morning I met with Karen Davies, local Councillor and Paul Andreianu, fellow Rotarian and Area President Windsor St John Ambulance to collect a few poppies. Karen had secured 100 large poppies from RBWM and a dozen local residents have … Continue reading Remembrance Poppies in West Windsor
Especially now with all the pressures of this strange new world we find ourselves in! Changing routines can be difficult for most people but for those who really need a steady rudder it can cause huge stresses and strains. My … Continue reading Sometimes you just need to STOP and have a brew…
An Extraordinary Meeting of Windsor Town Forum has been called for next Monday… I asked the Chair for permission for Windsor residents to be part of the conversation on Zoom. This first stage consultation asks members of the public, community … Continue reading Windsor Town Forum Monday, 12th October, 2020 6.15 pm
At last night’s Communities Overview & Scrutiny Panel Meeting a review of the current SERCO contract was called for by Cllr Bhangra which had been driven by Cllr Price. Earlier in the day Cllr Price had written to the chair … Continue reading Pressure from Independent Councillor Forces Waste Contract Review
VOTE FOR THE SWAN HERE >>> If you like to know the detail and need to know why you should vote for The Swan to win £10,000 then read more here >>> If you appreciate the great work that Willy … Continue reading Vote for THE SWAN to WIN £10,000
Customers who are concerned about too much plastic polution in the world can do their bit by bringing their own containers to take their fish home at Tesco Dedworth, Windsor. Tesco’s Dedworth is interested in hearing from local residents about … Continue reading Ask Steve, Fishmonger Tesco Dedworth, how he can help…
(Watch from 3hrs 5mins if you only have 10 minutes) On the evening of 23rd June during a Full Council meeting it quickly became apparent that the Conservative Leader had decided that he had would no longer tolerate debate. This … Continue reading STATEMENT FROM THE WINDSOR AND MAIDENHEAD INDEPENDENT GROUP