Not a good look... washingtonpost.com/news/to-yo…
Loving this presentation about 4 ways to make cities walkable. Some of it is very US-centric, but lots of useful ideas and insights in it. twitter.com/JeffSpeckAICP/…
Just when I thought the ludicrous Tory "Pollution Patio" in the middle of Winchester couldn't get any worse - they added some planters! pic.twitter.com/KySLKbxBYi
Only had one. But it was absolutely 1st class... :-) twitter.com/cabinetrooms/s…
And now back at @RimjhimWinCity for the first time in ages...
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Category Archives: Fulflood
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!
The consultation about Winchester’s primary school places is still ongoing and it’s vital that as many local people as possible respond before the closure date of June 15.
While I was at today’s St Paul’s Community Day, I was given a leaflet about the St Paul’s Church Community Consultation. They want people’s views on how the buildings and open spaces beside the church could be updated and improved to serve the Fulflood community better.