June 2007

Graffiti in the Garden

Gardeners have spent time planting a beautiful array of roses, but the view is spoilt as the Council does not spend enough on graffiti clearance.

Conservatives force Council to fix water leak

Following questions from Conservative Shadow Cabinet Member for Greener Greenwich Cllr Graeme Coombes, t

300 local school children are the first to play at the o2

On Wednesday night the o2 played host to 300 primary school children from across Greenwich, who sung a number of songs to a crowd of over 15,000.

Summer Barbeque and Ann Widdecombe


Greenwich Conservatives are holding a summer family barbeque in the grounds of the Eltham Conservative Club, 254 Eltham High Street, London SE9 on Sunday 8th July at 12.30 for 1pm.

 

The entrance to Castle Woods

Vandals have left the entrance to the woods and many other areas covered in graffiti.

Comment: Keeping the Vandals at Bay

There has to be something wrong when our youngsters are only able to make their mark by disf

Labour rejects reintroduction of tidal flow

At last night’s full Council meeting the ruling Labour Group strongly rejected opposition calls that they should work to get the tidal flow system at the Blackwall Tunnel reintroduced.

 

Undemocratic cutbacks for new schools

On Tuesday Labour's Cabinet Committee (composed of only three labour councillors) made the decision to cut various parts from the Building Schools for the Future programme, ignore problems in other areas and give the leader of the council sole responsibility for any other changes without him having to consult other elected councillors.

Councillors respond to Park Management Plans

This week Councillors Dermot Poston and Spencer Drury responded to the Council's Draft

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