Find out how local people are building a community that will last longer than the Coronavirus Crisis. With dear real life stories from Cllr Carole Da Costa Continue reading Building a community that will last longer than the Coronavirus Crisis
How to get your state pension if you are self-isolating. Please pass on to your elderly neighbours. Continue reading How to get your state pension if you are self-isolating
In an effort to stave off a potential bankruptcy, costs are being cut and benefits reduced. But is the Council putting Windsor at a disadvantage unfairly? Continue reading Is the Council putting Windsor at a Disadvantage?
How land is used is vital to maintaining economic and social well being and, achieving commitments to reduce climate change and species extinction. RBWM’s Borough Local Plan sets out the Council’s proposals. Cllr Wisdom Da Costa and the WWRA’s Chair, Richard Endacott respond. Continue reading Cllr Wisdom Da Costa and WWRA Chair Richard Endacott respond to the Borough Local Plan
RBWM offer Councillors annually the chance to put in suggestions for long term installations (capital bids) for their town which may or may not be undertaken. Find out what Cllr Wisdom Da Costa’s proposals are for and how they will help improve road safety, access and well being for residents. Continue reading Capital Bids to improve accessibility, road safety and well being in Dedworth & Clewer
Overuse and fly tipping at the Civic Amenity Site at the Sutherland Grange Nature Reserve is becoming increasingly problematic and an eyesore. RBWM officers and local councillors are to trial a temporary suspension in the coming months. Continue reading Sutherland Grange Civic Amenity Site trial suspension
A Windsor Town Council could see an extra £1m spent on Windsor each year and, give you (residents) a greater say in your town. Sign the petition and join the initiative to put residents at the heart of how our town is governed. Continue reading Windsor Town Council – Restoring Trust in Local Governance
One of the favourite stories about my Nanna Davey is of a broken church window. She ran the local Youth Club at the village church in Brooke, near Norwich, where she and granddad are now resting side by side. One … Continue reading Community Hub Evaluation Windsor (CHEW) – a WWRA initiative
Tuesday 9th July from 6:00pm to 7:30pm Go-Gos, Racecourse Marina, Maidenhead Road, Windsor. SL4 5HT Come and meet your new WWRA Councillors and other RBWM representatives to discuss your business ideas for the “CY27 Dedworth Manor-Community Café 250k” collaboration workshop. … Continue reading WWRA Residents Meeting – Business Plans & Parking
£450,000 for emergency pot holes! Is it value for money? Will services or reserves be cut? It’s a new year, a new initiative but, is it the same old story? Continue reading Blog: A new year, a new initiative, same old story?
West Windsor Residents Association Councillors have found £250,000 in the council budget which needs a business plan to go with it and we would like to hear your ideas relating to a community café for the Dedworth area. Council budgets … Continue reading YOUR ideas for a Community Café in Dedworth please…
I’ve had conversations with those responsible for the RBWM park improvements and Sutherland Grange has a couple more tweaks happening over the next month or so. Before I say what, we’d like to thank Ed Wilson for all the hard … Continue reading Sutherland Grange – a couple more improvements…