Monthly Archives: April 2012

Street Party Planning Advice

Here is a link to some Sustrans advice on planning a street party: Advertisements

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Cycle Maintenance Clinic & Cycle confidence training

I just wanted to follow up on the bicycle maintenance clinic we are offering to residents of the neighbourhood. We have confirmed that the date will be 19th May from 1-3pm. James and Owen – who both work on our Bike … Continue reading

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Final Celebration – We need your help!!

UPDATE: We have had a number of residents come forward with an idea to hold the celebration to coincide with the jubilee celebrations at the beginning of June. The added benefit in choosing this day is that there is no … Continue reading

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Langham Parade

Work continues at Langham Parade – the pavements have been done (widened), the cobble ramps and edging are nearly in place, and half the block work has been laid. It is a lengthy process but the benefits can already be … Continue reading

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Tree Grates

We heard from a local resident that a tree grate at the junction of Stanmore and Carlingford Roads looked as though it had been tampered with. Upon closer inspection, it seems someone may have tried to prise it up  to potentially sell for scrap metal. … Continue reading

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Mannock and Downhills Park Road

Many residents have probably already noticed, but the trees and half-bell bollards have been installed at the junction of Mannock and Downhills Park Road. Yellow lines will also be going down which will further help demarcate the edge of the … Continue reading

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We are looking to include, if deemed necessary by the community, some additional bins in the neighbourhood. The budget for the project is at the limit, but we wanted to ascertain what thoughts residents had on potential locations. It isn’t … Continue reading

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