“The three cars in the picture are all airline crew owned … One has been there for over a week. We need more yellow lines and parking permits in the area to stop the ‘park on my drive’ people…”. What do YOU think? Are more yellow lines needed or should the Parish sponsor its own traffic warden? Or should British Airways be told to clean up its act and show some consideration?
Following earlier concerns about mysterious bonfires being lit in the rear garden of the Red Lion, neighbours are now concerned about the sudden appearance of building materials in the rear car park. “These workmen are a danger to themselves”, CCA secretary Charles Burke told this website.
Speculation is growing that the former Red Lion public house is under new ownership as activity on the site has caused the CCA to intervene.
Anybody know what’s going on at the Red Lion?
Can someone provide me with an explanation as to why the CCA has been ignored in a publication that is supposed to cater for all Colnbrook residents?
Any long term residents out there recall the Home Guard or a Wheatley House in Colnbrook? If so, Sheena Rosser would be really pleased to hear from you!
Colnbrook Views has been asked to publish an open letter to former Parish Councillor and Chairman of the Village Hall Trust, Mike Rayner: “I would like to remind Mr Rayner whist he is ‘blowing his own trumpet’ so to speak that he has somewhat forgotten that he did not do this alone.”
Bus users in Poyle were yesterday treated to a taste of the past when a 60 year old RT bus ran the 305 Route from Poyle to Staines.
Anything ‘airport’ linked can run almost 24/7 and is by far the most intrusive 24/365 activity! Now the industry is looking to erode even more of the few chances granted to us for ‘a bit of quiet’. Mike Rayner explains the Flight Path Trials and how you can make your voice heard above the noise.
This website was set up 3 years ago – in November 2009 – when SIFE first reared it’s head. Johal was causing outrage and nobody was reaching out to concerned residents bar the indefatigable Jan Bowder in Vicarage Way. What hope would we have to defeat the bigger challenge looming?
Slough Borough Council is matching a £1.43m Government investment to provide “super fast” broadband to Colnbrook due to its weak infrastructure. Residents are being asked to register their interest online to show service providers there is a demand.