I found myself spending the early part of both Saturday and Sunday appreciating the effect running can have on a community.
The blight of estate agent boards will soon be gone from Lavender Hill now the Secretary of State has approved the council’s application allowing the signs to be banned from certain areas.
My son picked up Zac Goldsmith’s latest leaflet from the doormat this morning and asked me what it was about.
I think it’s fair to say Wandsworth’s poor Ofsted report has been a big shock for many, including me.
“Won’t somebody think of the children?” sums up a large part of the Conservative side of the debate at last night’s council meeting.
Imagine having organised the largest campaign in recent (and no-so-recent) memory in Wandsworth and, at the end, you attend the relevant council committee: the opportunity for you to have your say.
One issue that has troubled me enormously during the build-up to the council’s Formula E decision has been the attitude towards health and safety and risk assessment.
The next of the council’s regular Let’s Talk meetings takes place in Shaftesbury Ward tomorrow night.