Jon Davey, Chair of the Youth Committee handing over a cheque to Becky Peates so more tables and chairs can be bought to facilitate young people with autism meeting in a friendly environment. Thank you. Continue reading Windsor & Eton Rotary Club Gift to The Autism Group
Recently I had heard two stories of residents being fined by the District Environmental Crime Officers for leaving their waste card board from TV boxes on the floor at Windsor Leisure Centre’s recycling area! Residents, with positive intent, not wanting … Continue reading Put Domestic Cardboard Neatly Next to Bins
Awareness of the extra help that Tesco Dedworth gives to the local community is growing. Lisa Stevens is the lady to contact if your community group would like to receive some help from Tesco Dedworth. Please take 5 minutes to … Continue reading Tesco Dedworth Helping the Local Community
It is important that as many residents as possible feed into the Corporate Plan consultation as it will be used to determine policies and action plans moving forward. If a new idea or suggestion doesn’t fit with the Corporate Plan … Continue reading Corporate Plan Consultation – Please Add Your Thoughts in the Mix
Sarah Johns, Chair of Windsor & Eton Sea Cadets says thank you to Windsor & Eton Rotary Club for the donation. There are currently around 50 sea cadets enjoying the support of Sarah and her team. They can be found … Continue reading Rotary Youth Committee helping Windsor & Eton Sea Cadets
This guy has such a great attitude to life and I enjoy listening to his videos a few times a week. Watch at 38 minutes and 30 seconds where he deals with What is the difference, what is discriminatory? Later … Continue reading Sadhguru taking questions from students at the University of Toronto
This November, world leaders are meeting in Glasgow for important climate negotiations. The climate crisis affects us all to some extent, but those who have least seem to be suffering the most. The Young Christians Climate Network believe it’s time … Continue reading Young persons’ National Relay to raise awareness of the dangers of climate change comes to Windsor
We have written to many of the community groups in Windsor inviting them to share their latest news so we can share it further afield… The main blockage in all of this is that community groups are great at getting … Continue reading We “Knead” Your Help Gathering Community News
I’m interested to hear from as many people as possible so I can establish what the average Windsor person’s world looks like. Out of 7 days, how many days a week would you prefer to travel into say town, or … Continue reading What is your preferred method of transport: car, bike or foot?
Community Fridges are set up to be a longer-term feature of a community, are not means tested and are open to all. They bring people together to see good food be shared and eaten, instead of going to waste. PLEASE, … Continue reading Visit Windsor’s Community Fridge
Love Windsor Community Newsletter is aimed at those who prefer paper to digital channels and is just 4 pages, so those who are visiting retail outlets can pick up more than one copy and share them with those they know … Continue reading Love Windsor Community Newsletter – Get Your Copy TODAY!
Claire McDougall of The Queen Anne Royal Free CE First School with a cheque for a new mobile library cabinet from Windsor and Eton Rotary Club Thank you Continue reading Rotary Youth Committee Fund Mobile Library Cabinet