Spent a brilliant 3 days in London attending the Conservative Spring Forum event, met up with so many new ‘Young Conservative Activists’ really refreshing to hear them extolling the virtues of being a Conservative, wanting to work hard to achieve their goals in life, to get a good education, then get a job that suits their talents, but also wanting to help others to achieve their goals as well
Then on Saturday our Prime Minister, Teresa May updated us on what’s happening with regard to Brexit and the incident in Salisbury, all very encouraging
Broadwindsor School has received another ‘good’ Ofsted report after the latest inspection. “This school continues to be good. “The leadership team has maintained the good quality of education in the school since the last inspection. You invite all staff to make a contribution, share ideas and lead on initiatives. Consequently, staff feel positive about working […]
via Ofsted praise for primary school — Broadwindsor
Our parish council is supporting this because Broadwindsor is one of the villages that becomes gridlocked when there are accidents on the A35. This group has asked for this letter to be featured on community websites and parish magazines. It’s probably too long for our magazine, but here it is for your perusal: Dear Sir […]
via Bypass proposal — Broadwindsor
Having been feeling ill since April and after months & months of medical tests, I have at last been diagnosed as suffering with Fibromyalgia, very similar symptoms to CFS/ME which is what my own GP thought was causing my problems – I can now focus on targeting this condition head on & with the correct pain relief I’m told I will see some improvement quite quickly and although it is a ‘chronic condition’ and life changing, there are many other people leading active lives whilst having Fibromyalgia and I’m now feeling much more positive about getting back to work in the New Year, yes, I have had to change my lifestyle and to accept I cannot do my own housework, or walk as far as I used to, or carry anything heavier than a can of beans – but I’m still able to drive and that to those who know me is very important to me.
I’m just back from holding my first ‘surgery’ as District Councillor for Thorncombe at the Thorncombe Village Shop, as soon as I arrived and sat down with my first coffee, there was gentleman needing information, and hopefully I answered all his queries, I then managed to sit outside with a lady for a chat about lots of different issues, and also a ‘catch up with Pauline on ‘Responders’ – then another cup of coffee before chatting to several other people – I also spoke to Phil about the issues with getting the Post Office outreach service started, I have already been in contact the Bridport Post Office (who will be running the service) and have sent numerous emails regarding the ‘telephone line’ problems – I’m also hoping to be able to volunteer at the Shop.
I received 922 votes in the District Council election, an overwhelming majority, thank you to everybody who voted for me, especially those in Bettiscombe, Marshwood and the Thorncombe area’s that are now part of the Broadwindsor Ward, it will be a privilege to represent you.
I will continue to work hard and be available to everybody, I will try to visit all the villages every month, I’m already involved in current projects, and the new Community Speed Watch group in Marshwood.
So I’m back to work immediately, Broadwindsor Parish Council’s meeting tomorrow night, District Council meetings Tuesday and Thursday, as well as evening meetings on Wednesday & Thursday.
After the meeting to form Marshwood’s ‘Community Speed Watch Group’ we had a go with the kit – the picture shows me with the ‘clicker’ counting the vehicles – and the speed checking device is no bigger than a mobile phone – very clever technology