It's remarkable quite how jaw-droppingly bad @UPS computer systems and customer service are re: an address problem the @MensHealthForum have. Despite repeated requests they keep replacing the correct return address with one of a demolished building.
A huge thank you to the teams right across the district who worked so hard for this.. and very grateful for the support we've been given... twitter.com/hantschronicle…
In Hampshire, the three top councils for recycling are all @LibDems led. At @WinchesterCity we are also in the top 20 nationally for 'largest increases in recycling' (DEFRA, 2020/21). twitter.com/DavidSayers83/…
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Iâ€™ve been thinking a lot about the challenges and opportunities that COVID-19 offers to the way we use our streets and roads here in Winchester.
Yesterday’s meeting of Hampshire’s Conservative cabinet confirmed that they will go ahead with their reckless Â£140 million cuts
Like many, Iâ€™ve been surprised at how shambolic the Conservative Partyâ€™s national campaign has been. We supposedly have a â€˜strong and stableâ€™ Prime Minister, but frankly sheâ€™s been all over the place.
The atrocity in Manchester was horrifying and very distressing. One of the few points of light has been the failure of ISISâ€™s strategy of using this kind of attack to polarise the community in Manchester and nationally: theyâ€™ve almost completely failed to do this.