Never to be out done the crowds thronged to Datchet for a Jubilee Street Party on the village green yesterday. The Royal British Legion and Datchet Parish Council who jointly organised the event must have been thrilled with the turnout.
In view of the comments around Cllr James Walsh’s re-election in the face of a particularly low turnout nationally, what do YOU think can be done to generate more interest?
Am I alone in being rather peed off when I something like the so-called Village Life drops through my letter box? This attractive sounding “community magazine” delivered exclusively to local villages on alternate months promises so much: “… packed with useful and interesting information … topical opinion … blah blah blah”.
When are we going to see some visible, proactive rather than reactive and effective forms of policing and crime prevention in Colnbrook? Personally, I can’t remember the last time I saw a highly preventative presence of a police officer or PCSO walking or at least cycling around the village.
Calling all local history buffs … local worker Neil Dickinson is trying to locate the nineteenth century home of his ancestor, John Dickinson, who lived in in Poyle Cottage in the 1880s.
We are keen to know which of the four proposals made gains popular support – or if residents of the current Colnbrook with Poyle ward (or adjoining areas) have other ideas. Click here to vote for your preference of the four proposals or to tell Colnbrook Views why you think another approach would be better.
The CCA is looking for feedback from the village on the application lodged to turn the recently closed RED LION Public House in the High Street into a mixed retail/residential outlet. We know of many residents who object to this and have registered their views with SBC on email@example.com
Received a penalty charge notice (£70.00) yesterday for parking on double yellow lines in Brookside. First penalty charge since moving… Read More »
The Colnbrook Community Association (CCA) has been asked by Slough Borough Council to gauge resident support for two recent initiatives to limit the impact of HGVs on the village.
A number of comments have been received regarding the recent Funding Event, particularly relating to the apparent haste with which the event was organised and how the winning bids were selected. The Colnbrook Community Association has responded with the following Q&As.
Given its relative newness it’s perhaps not surprising that residents still have questions about what the Colnbrook Community Association is,… Read More »