As someone who felt they were bullied as a child, I would simply say to those people, young and old, who feel bullied that the key to moving forward is not hating yourself. When you believe in yourself and your … Continue reading Anti Bullying Week 2020 – Don’t Hate Yourself
SIGN THE Petition to: Offer free parking for residents over the important Christmas retail period to help boost Windsor footfall. http://petitions.rbwm.gov.uk/XmasParking/ Popped into see Brian last week at Snappy Snaps and shot the video of his thoughts on the damage … Continue reading FREE PARKING for Residents this XMAS in RBWM
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!
My son and his tutor group are studying Innovation at Bristol Uni and his group have been tasked with gaining UN Women UK more active participants for their ‘Safe Spaces Now’ program… I hope you can assist them by spending … Continue reading Bristol Uni Innovation – ‘Strutwise’ Survey
If you were planning on sending in your thoughts on the Windsor Town Council Community Governance Review then you need to get a move on, Stage 1 closes THIS Wednesday 28th October. Stage 1 Consultation (July – October 2020) We … Continue reading Windsor Town Council Community Governance Review Stage 1 Closes THIS Wednesday 28th October
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
This week I got an email from Cumberland Lodge inviting me to take part in one of their workshops which reminded me of the great work they do. The agenda for Full Council was also published announcing a motion on … Continue reading Disagreeing Well during Difficult Conversations
Local Councillors can only do so much under their own steam, we need the help of residents to get things done. Yesterday afternoon I got a messenger note from Jean Todd to say she was worried about her daughter’s dog … Continue reading Thank you to a local resident for getting the new fence sorted pronto
Lee and her team welcome Windsor residents to the all new Woody’s Pirate Park Cafe… Where you can enjoy a brew for just 50p in a nice comfy chair. You can watch the children play as you while away the … Continue reading Cup of Tea still only 50p at Woody’s Pirate Park Cafe
Yesterday I wrote to officers after one of the District Environmental Crime Officers (DECOs), as they choose to call themselves, wrote a ticket in Tesco car park. This is private land and they are not authorised to do so. If … Continue reading District Environmental Crime Officers are NOT WELCOME at Tesco Dedworth
With 20% OFF many items THIS WEEKEND at Windsor Garden Centre, get yourself along and make it a roaring good Christmas for one and all. Maybe pick up a penguin or two 😉 Enjoy… Thank you. Jon Continue reading Make it a Roaring Good Christmas!
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…