My wife has been doing this for years and obviously we chortled but her excessively cautious hygiene regime is allowed to dominate our world at this time… Don’t touch keypads with your pinky, we do it without thinking… GET THINKING! … Continue reading TOP COVID-19 TIP – Use Your Car Keys to Press Key Pads
I’ve just heard that the 15 questions for tonight’s Full Council meeting will not be heard in real time and simply brushed aside with a statement saying there have been written answers provided! So instead of taking say 80-90 minutes … Continue reading Tory Councillors Playing Hide and Seek at Question Time!
Take a look at page 12 of the RBWM Revenue Budget 2020-21 and you’ll see… 4.14.1 The funding formula that allocates money to councils is extremely complex. The formula assesses each authority’s “need” for funding and then assumes a standard … Continue reading Did you know LOW Council Tax = MINIMAL Government Investment?
Can you help us? Windsor & Eton Rotary Club have been asked to conduct mock job and university/college interviews with 265 students from years 10 & 13. Many of our club last interviewed pre Internet and so we’d like to ask the … Continue reading Windsor Girls’ School Career’s Week Mon 16th – Fri 20th March 2020
It’s the role of an elected Councillor to represent their residents in the Council Chamber and year to date, the Independent Councillors have asked 76.5% of all the Councillors’ official Questions at Full Council Meetings. Independent Councillors have also presented … Continue reading Independent Councillors are Asking Most of the Questions at RBWM Full Council Meetings
When I first heard about Dr Masaru Emoto around Christmas 12 years ago, it was a life changing moment and ever since then I have always finished off any of my emails with the words “Thank you”. The first thing … Continue reading It’s all about your vibe – thank you
There is now an interactive map for the A308 Corridor Review consultation. I am looking to talk to as many Parish councillors and community group chairs as possible based along the A308 from Bisham to Staines. This piece of infrastructure … Continue reading A308 Corridor Review call to Community Groups
Over 90 stalls for you to choose from to buy all those Christmas stocking fillers you’ve been looking for… yippee… spend, spend, spend… FREE parking… FREE entry… 50% of the money raised will be shared between the NWCA and the … Continue reading Sunday 1st December 1pm – 5pm it’s Dedworth Christmas Fayre at NWCA
Windsor Christmas lights switch on featuring Windsor Boys and Girls under the wing of James Mainwaring, one of Windsor’s givers supported by Egham Brass Band… Ably assisted by Paul Roach, a great compare (someone tell me his name), the Panto … Continue reading Windsor Christmas Lights Switch On
The Council intends to secure directly commissioned supported living services through a Supported Living Framework. This Framework is intended to cover core support provision for people who may have learning disabilities, mental health needs, sensory impairment, physical disability, autistic spectrum conditions and people with multiple & complex needs. Whilst it is expected that Providers on the Framework will take the majority of the packages offered, Reading Borough Council reserves the right to commission services from Providers not on the Framework where the accredited Providers are unable to meet Individuals’ needs, or in urgent cases. There will be an expectation that … Continue reading Supported Living Framework Reading Borough Council Tender Closes 6th January
Windsor residents are invited to come and hear about the Borough Local Plan (BLP) and the proposed revisions at… Legoland Hotel, Windsor on Thurs 14th Nov, 7:00pm while 9:00pm All Saints Church, Dedworth on Mon 18th Nov, 2:00pm while 4:00pm … Continue reading FINAL Borough Local Plan Meeting this evening at The Guildhall, Windsor starts 7pm
Bracknell Forest Council is looking to put in place a Dynamic Purchasing System (DPS) for the provision of a Home to school transport (HTST) service for students and young people with SEN, physical disabilities and challenging behaviour. There is also scope for general transport service including Adult Social Care requirements. Private Hire, Mini Bus , Bus and Coaches may be required. The provision is intended to cater for Specialised transport for educational requirements and affiliated areas along with general requirements for Business Travel , Commercial use and Public Services and will be available via DPS platform. The structure of this … Continue reading Home to School Transport (DPS) Bracknell Forest Borough Council