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I'm a councillor in the London Borough of Wandsworth; this blog mainly covers that, sometimes general politics and policy and occasionally anything else that takes my fancy.
Tag Archives: remembrance
Following on from my post about the Act of Remembrance at Battersea Park last week I was contacted by someone who felt the memorial looked a bit, well, dirty. I followed up on it with the council staff responsible for the park. It seems the dirt is here to stay for two reasons. First, cleaning
As I go into the weekend I find myself almost computerless (mainly through my own fault) and using an old and slow computer means I’ll be keeping it brief! Town Centre meetings I had a meeting with representatives from the borough’s town centre partnerships early in the week which, I thought, was useful and generated
I took my son along to the Act of Remembrance in Battersea Park this morning. It might, at first sight, be a slightly odd thing to do. He has just turned one and I can’t claim he showed much awareness of the service – the passing ‘planes interested him far more. But I felt it