The Slough Observer has used dramatic language to describe the standoff between Police and a group of 3 to 5 ‘unruly teens’, suggesting that elderly residents are at risk.
Slough tells Colnbrook residents: if you want street lights repaired, work with us to catch the vandals
Slough Borough Council says it cannot afford to repair street lights in Colnbrook until the ongoing vandalism is stops, and has urged residents to work with Police to bring the culprits to justice.
Parish Councillors have voted to put part of refund from Thames Valley Police towards a “green” scheme to prevent lorry parking in Poyle.
New Year, new protections! New legislation takes effect today which will give better protection to those who join in the debate online.
Suggestions of a rapprochement between the Parish Council and CCA may be premature. Despite the agreement of the Parish to fund a CCA initiative, CCA secretary Cllr Charles Burke received a blasting from colleagues … and a call for him to resign.
Slough Borough Council has relaunched its anti-social behaviour hotline this week.
From the Slough Express: Police are appealing for witnesses after a disabled access ramp was stolen in Layburn Crescent, Brands… Read More »
A man in his 40s was attacked with a catapult in Datchet. He was wearing glasses and the missile from the catapult hit his right lens, smashing it and sending shards into his eyeball.
National Stalking Awareness Day will take place on 18th April 2013; this year’s focus is ‘Know the Law, Use the Law’.
Thames Valley Police has taken part in activities to promote National Anti-Bullying Week in Slough. Two events have taken place to educate year 6 at The Priory School Orchard Avenue, Slough on Cyber Bullying. This included the children learning to be safe on the internet, what to do if they are a victim of Cyber Bullying, and the consequences.
Allegations the deputy mayor threatened a gym worker are set to be investigated again after council chiefs made a surprise U-turn. Slough Borough Council’s standards committee was asked to investigate claims councillor Balvinder Bains stormed into Montem Leisure Centre, in Slough, in May and used his position to verbally abuse a worker.
Colnbrook Views doesn’t like being the news but the continuing column inches and airtime being devoted locally to Michael Nye’s ill-judged comments to the Slough Observer mean it’s prescient to make a formal statement on the matter.