Urinating, defecating, spitting, or continuing to use (or give up) alcohol or other intoxicating substances risks a £1,000 fine as of ten days ago – but only in Brands Hill, the Westfield estate, and Colnbrook.
The Ostrich Inn managed to raise a total of £269 through its Macmillan Coffee Morning at the end of last month and has thanked those who took part.
Thames Valley Police is appealing for witnesses following an aggravated burglary in Brands Hill in which four men threatened a women and her three children.
An online appeal in honour of the late ‘K’ Laxman, who passed away this Summer, has managed to raise nearly £500 for Cancer Research UK.
Colnbrook may find itself more isolated under new proposals released by the Boundary Commission this week. Under its new plan, Chalvey will not be moved to Windsor, while the sprawling Windsor constituency will instead take in territory from Surrey as it is redrawn to straddle county boundaries for the first time.
Slough Borough Council has confirmed that a by-election will be held next month to elect the THREE vacant seats on Colnbrook with Poyle Parish Council. But a report in yesterday’s Slough Observer has suggested that the prospect of an election to fill the seat vacated following the death of the late Cllr K Laxman was what prompted the other two vacancies.
Recorded crime rose 13% last year in England and Wales, and 10% across the Thames Valley area. However, in a tumultuous period which saw the ending of the PCSO contract and upheaval in the NAG, Colnbrook has fared much worse.
A 13% surge in reported crime hit the headlines this week – not least of all due to misinformed tweets from the White House. However at least one UK constabulary is already proposing to scrap the role of PCSO to redirect funding to deal with “high risk, high harm” cases.
Coinciding with the 50th anniversary of Captain Scarlet and the Mysterons, a 1960s British sci-fi series produced in Slough, a Colnbrook resident has attempted to bring some of the details of the show to life.