Lots of people enjoying @HantsFarmersMkt in the Broadway, Winchester. I confess I'm enjoying the superfast @hantshighways pothole repair I requested that fixed a trip hazard in the market! 🙂 pic.twitter.com/9mIWc9ubaq
We all know Boris Johnson wants to be Churchillian. I wonder how he missed this powerful "deeply immersed in all the detail and all the technicalities" insight in this @BBCNews article bbc.co.uk/news/magazine-… pic.twitter.com/4N1uA9pAIT
Some useful perspective.. Johnson's whole food argument is just abusing the goodwill and insulting the intelligence of Brexit supporters and remainers alike... twitter.com/nick_gutteridg…
Insightful article. The Conservatives biggest problem at the moment is competence. They failed on A-levels, they're failing on COVID and they're failing to deliver what they promised on Brexit. Can anyone ever believe them again if they say they have a good deal? twitter.com/robertshrimsle…
A great initiative. Pls support. (In an odd parallel, after the 1666 plague a previous generation of Wintonians set up 2 charities (The Society of Natives & Society of Aliens) which became the biggest charitable funders of local apprenticeships for much of the next 250 years!) twitter.com/richardcoope/s…
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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
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.
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!
“Irresponsibly inadequate attention has been given to the traffic, transport and safety issues arising from 420 new primary pupils attending the expanded Westgate School; and the proposed relocation of the nursery school.”