Rather proud to have discovered (and successfully used) the Pantone reference for fluorescent orange.... 🔶😃🔶 twitter.com/EmmaLevell/sta…
Alice Cooper's School's Out - by Dua Lipa... twitter.com/BuckinghamAlic…
I've still not heard an explanation as to why Labour aren't standing down for @VixL and @TheGreenParty in the Isle of Wight (for example). All the BS reasons for not standing down for @LibDems don't apply. So why? Too Remainy for you? Too strong on the climate emergency?
I may have worked out how to deal with trolls... pic.twitter.com/NxjedoY58M
V glad Winchester is part of the #UniteToRemain initiative. @PaulaWFerguson in Winchester & @VixL on the Isle of Wight will be brilliant MPs. All credit and thanks to @WinGreenParty @wainwra & @IOWLiberals for their principled decisions #climateelection #stopbrexit #paula2win
Great to see campaigners from Alton asking for an extension of their 20 mph zone at @hantsconnect Full Council. I want the same in Winchester - and want the county to remove the block to making this happen as part of the #ClimateEmergency plan
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A resident asked me about the cherry picker in Tower Street. Here’s the answer I received:
‘The works that are being undertaken in Tower Street relate to on-going maintenance work by BAM Construction to the elevations of Elizabeth II Court. Due …
The big topic is ‘Local Plan Part 2’. This is due to set our detailed local planning policy – mainly what type of houses for where – for the Winchester District until 2031 – so it’s important to get it right.
Following a recent report in the Hampshire Chronicle, there’s been quite a bit of confusion about whether 20 mph will be enforced in Winchester or not.
In order to sort this out, I wrote to the Police Commissioner and the Chief Constable – and now I have their answers.
One of the things I’m most keen to do as a Councillor is encourage and support walking in Winchester. I’ve been a campaigner for 20 mph zones for years. Since election to the County Council, I’ve successfully pushed to get pro-walking schemes on the development programme for Romsey Road and Stockbridge Road
I’ve been getting some emails from local residents who are concerned about a threat to local lollipop people. This has come as a bit of surprise, since a combination of campaigning by local people, hard work by local school governors, teachers and council officers in planning school travel and pressure from local councillors has just helped us get two more locally – one in Cheriton Road and one in Stockbridge Road!