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Langham Parade – Damaged Tree

Many of you will have noticed the tree and guard that was damaged by a car during the recent snow and ice on Langham Parade. The council are looking to have both replaced within four weeks. I will keep you … Continue reading

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Belmont School Summer Fair

This sunday (1st July) Belmont Infant and Junior school are holding their summer fair. It is set to be a fantastic event with loads going on, including Raffles, tombola, bouncy castles, coconut shy, fresh coffee stall, cake stall, homemade food, … Continue reading

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Langham Road Bend

(Please see comments below article for updates and further clarification – 18th Oct 2011) On Wednesday evening we held a meeting for Langham Road residents who had concerns regarding the bend on Langham Road. We had a brilliant turn out, from … Continue reading

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Neighbourhood ‘Walk About’ This Saturday

This Saturday (2nd April) we are holding a neighbourhood ‘walk about’ to look at areas that have been put forward for design intervention and get a general feel for the whole area in the run up to the second design … Continue reading

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Images from the Design Meeting (15/01/11)

Here are a few photos from Saturday’s design session. More to follow.

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Neighbourhood Photos

West Green/Turnpike Lane resident Alice has kindly sent in a few images that she has taken in, and around, the neighbourhood over the past few weeks. I have posted a couple here, but please click here to link to the … Continue reading

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Resident Feedback & Design Ideas

Neighbourhood resident Veronica has provided some photos and feedback, which will hopefully get people thinking and contributing further design ideas. Above is a photo (middle) of a local gateway feature and two examples (left and right) of tree protectors/fences. The wire tree protector/fence is cheaper but … Continue reading

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Skills Wanted

As the DIY Streets project continues to progress, it is going to become increasingly important that we harness the skills of residents to further benefit the project – this is helpful in building community and relationships, cutting some costs, and … Continue reading

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David Lammy MP shows support for DIY Streets

“I think that the residents of Turnpike Lane/West Green are doing a fantastic job in helping to determine the future of their neighbourhood through the DIY Streets project. I have been following this Sustrans initiative for the past six months … Continue reading

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The next two events!!

The next two DIY Streets events, which are happening in January at the church hall on Waldeck Rd, are as follows: Saturday 15th January (11am-1pm): The opportunity to comment on the first set of designs which have been drawn up … Continue reading

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