The arts are so vital to Winchester - not just for those of us who live here and for the people, especially the young people, who they entertain, inspire and challenge - but for the visitors they bring to support jobs and businesses. Please give. #savethearts #lovewinchester twitter.com/TRwinchester/s…
We've closed the Square to through traffic 🙂 pic.twitter.com/U7npirw4Kg
Not good. Local media is essential for responsive, accountable government - and local BBC coverage is an essential part of that. twitter.com/Peter_Henley/s…
King Canute (aka Cnut the Great) conquered part of Sweden while King of England, Denmark & Norway, but she seems to have given us a pass on that one. twitter.com/rosielanners/s…
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I’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 £140 million cuts
Once again, Conservative Councillors at Winchester City Council have voted down a proposal from the Lib Dem group to have a tougher policy on air quality in the city. I summed up on a proposal at today’s council meeting that it should …
Topics include: Station Approach, Station Area Parking, New Tory ‘Tip Tax’, Our crossing campaigns, The local vote to ‘remain’. Air Quality. Grammar Schools. Safer Routes to School
This followed a letter in the Hampshire Chronicle attacking council offers for recent failures at the council. Cllr Gottlieb is wrong to blame all the ills of the council on the council’s senior management team. The people that authorised the Station …