A Colnbrook resident has again highlighted the plight of the homeless after finding a man who inspired him to take action last year on the same spot on the same London street one year on.
The Colnbrook Residents’ Association is reminding residents that its Community Carol Singing will take place again this year. The annual event will take place at the Christmas tree outside Ye Olde George this coming Friday, 16th December.
A woman who stepped in to stop an altercation between two men in Colnbrook’s George pub has been commended for her bravery by the Chief Constable of Thames Valley Police.
Colnbrook’s Madi Bedhi yesterday joined other members of the Slough’s community cohesion group to release a statement marking the one year anniversary of the Paris terror attacks. The group called for “unity against those who seek to divide us” and reaffirmed its pride in the town’s diversity.
Colnbrook Scout Group has been chosen by Waitrose in Staines to be a community project for this month, which gives it an opportunity to benefit from a share of £1,000.
A new War Memorial in the centre of the village could be on the cards if parish councillors win support for a new scheme. Cllrs Elum-Smith and Brooks are pushing for a new, dedicated war memorial – in stone or metal – adjacent to the Budgens store on Bridge Street. Cllr Kinane has also offered his support for the scheme.
Well-received technology sessions for the over-50’s being held at St Thomas’ Church are set to continue. The classes, running on Mondays and Wednesdays, from 10am until 12noon, have been featured in the October edition of the Slough Citizen, the Council’s online newsletter.
Slough Council has announced the date for its Christmas lights switch on will be Saturday 26 November in the Town Square.
A team of volunteers from a Slough business have given the Westfield Community Centre a new look in conjunction with Slough Borough Council and the Slough Business Community Partnership.
The 2016 Colnbrook Apple Fair, held today in the Colnbrook Recreation Ground, was by all accounts another huge success. Kudos to Sean Kelly and his small team of volunteers from the Colnbrook Residents Association – who have proved once again that they can throw a great party.