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  • Document: Jan 19, 2021
    1.59 MiB drawing or desktop publishing document

    Clewer East Focus - Winter 2020-21

    Read our latest Focus for Clewer East, some of you may have received this on paper, however the ever changing Covid restrictions have caused problems both with producing Focus and delivering it.

    Here is our news and information from Cllrs Amy Tisi & Karen Davies online.

    Contents

    • New Community Hub & Cafe at Pirate Park

    • Save Alexandra Gardens from Secret Tory Plans

    • Amy's RPZ Victory

    • Poppy Appeal 2020

    • Children's Centre at Lawns Nursery to Close

    • Road Safety

    • Rubbish Bin Collections - Serco

    • Council Round Up - Climate Emergency

    • Council Round Up - Councillor's Allowances

    • Council Round Up - Tackling Racism

  • Article: Jan 12, 2021
    By Cllr Amy Tisi and Cllr Karen Tisi

    January 2021

    Happy New Year! We hope you had a lovely Christmas. In this newsletter we review some of the events of December, provide some useful New Year reminders and share Covid updates.

    Christmas Tree Collections

    The Thames Hospice and Alexander Devine Hospice collections may have been completed this week but if you still have a real Christmas tree to recycle, you can drop it off to The Manor on Hanover Way until Sunday 17 January. Please do not leave trees at Clewer Rec as this isn't a collection point this year but we have asked for it to be reinstated for next year.

    Bin Collections

    We are still on a holiday schedule so it's worth checking your bin collection day for this week:

  • Amy Tisi Karen Davies Pirate Park (R P G Coe)
    Petition: Jan 6, 2021

    Windsor & Maidenhead Conservatives are planning to introduce charges to park at out of town car parks across the Borough.

    In particular parking charges will apply to the car parks at children's play grounds.

    Far from raising money for our cash strapped Conservative Council, these proposals will lead to empty car parks with congested parking on neighbouring streets.

  • Amy Tisi Trump Protest (Windsor Liberal Democrats)
    Article: Nov 7, 2020
    By Windsor Liberal Democrats in www.windsorlibdems.org.uk

    Responding to the news that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris have won the US presidential election, Leader of the Liberal Democrats Ed Davey said:

    "People around the world will now be breathing a huge sigh of relief. Over the past four years Donald Trump has fed a new divisive form of politics, testing American democracy to its very limits. Joe Biden and Kamala Harris's victory isn't just democratic, it may have saved US democracy.

  • Article: Oct 28, 2020
    By Windsor Liberal Democrats in www.windsorlibdems.org.uk

    The Liberal Democrats' submission to the Community Governance Review supports establishing a Windsor Town Council.

    Liberal Democrats in Windsor have included establishing a Windsor Town Council in our election manifesto for the last two electoral cycles at the Royal Borough of Windsor & Maidenhead.