The group of Local Independents had called on the senior leadership of RBWM to fully disclose the findings of the Chartered Institute for Public Finance and Accounting (CIPFA), who review and offer advice on both the finance and governance arrangements … Continue reading Statement from the Local Independents in response to the leaked confidential CIPFA summary report
The latest news is the election of a new leader for RBWM, Cllr Johnson (main pic). Let’s hope he brings balance and clear, transparent decision making to the RBWM? The family and I went away for an extended holiday, booked … Continue reading RBWM has a new leader…
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
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
The 7 principles of public life (Nolan Principles) were published 31st May 1995 and govern the actions of those in public office. Since I’ve just taken up public office as Councillor for Clewer & Dedworth West in the Royal Borough … Continue reading The 7 principles of public life (Nolan Principles)
I was reading yesterday’s press release on the RBWM council’s agreed budget for 2019/20 and spotted a huge increase in the proposed budget from only a month ago! Click the above link, go to page 3 and you’ll see… 5. … Continue reading Anyone else spot the multi-million pound change in the RBWM Budget Report 2019-20?
Last year Daljit Toor of Dedworth Convenience Store, 396 Dedworth Road, Windsor, SL4 4JR was voted WINNER of Good Local Business Neighbour Award 2015. And I have to say there is no more worthy a winner… during our time in … Continue reading Daljit Toor is he the peoples favourite for 2016?
23rd November 2009 I registered the domain ilovewindsor.co.uk and began thinking through how that might take shape. If I’ve learned anything in the last 20 years dealing with the internet is that as sure is eggs is eggs, there is … Continue reading I Love Windsor… do you? Tell us a story…
After 20 years of living in Windsor, a lifetime for Ali, it’s time for a change… With great cheer and the odd tear we’re heading for Sidmouth in Devon… we’ve bought a little 8 bed villa 1½ miles from the … Continue reading I do like to be beside the seaside…
Do you know who pays for the Christmas lights in Windsor? Is it… a) Tinkerbell with a little help from Peter Pan b) RBWM Council making excellent use of your council tax c) YOU with a little help from Windsor … Continue reading Summer fun makes Christmas brighter in Windsor
Mencap are holding a fundraiser at The Watermans Arms, Brocas St, Eton. SL6 6BW on Saturday 18th June from 7pm until 11pm If interested then find out more here >>> Thank you. Jon Continue reading Mencap BBQ Windsor June 18th
If you want a Windsor Monopoly Game for Christmas 2016 then you need to vote and make it quick… Don’t pass go, simply email firstname.lastname@example.org with “I vote for Windsor” in the subject line before tomorrow midnight on Friday 18th … Continue reading Want a Windsor Monopoly Game for Christmas 2016?